After racing ahead for a few years, the U.S. construction market began to lose momentum in 2016. While it appeared the industry was slipping into a cyclical decline, economists now forecast that the industry still has room to grow. “Total construction starts during the first half of this year lagged behind what was reported in 2015, raising some concern that the current construction expansion may have run its course,” says Robert Murray, chief economist for Dodge Data & ...

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