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U.S. construction spending falls in December

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Outlays for U.S. construction projects fell a seasonally adjusted 0.4% in December to $1.81 trillion, the Commerce Department reported Friday. 

Wall Street was expecting construction spending to be flat.

Spending in November rose a revised 0.5% to $1.82 trillion, up from the prior estimate of a 0.2% rise.

Over the past year, construction spending is up 7.7%. 

The total value of construction in 2022 was $1.79 trillion. That’s up 10.2% from the previous year.

Total private construction rose 0.4% in December. Private residential construction fell 0.3%, with single-family construction dropping by 2.3%. Private nonresidential spending fell by 0.5%.

Total public construction fell by 0.4%. Residential public construction fell by 0.5%, while nonresidential public construction also fell by 0.4% last month.

U.S. stocks
DJIA,
-0.90%

SPX,
-0.41%

were down in early trading on Friday. The 10-year Treasury note
TMUBMUSD10Y,
3.492%

was below 3.5%.

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