Column: Construction spending will "cautiously expand" next year

09/11/2009 | Reed/ACP Construction Data

The U.S. economy will experience a burst of growth next summer as the housing and manufacturing markets start to grow again, writes Jim Haughey. Although the expansion could seep into the fall of 2010, Haughey expects slower economic growth for the remainder of that year. He expects construction spending and project starts to decline slightly in the next six months before entering a period "cautious expansion."

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