A closely watched index slips after a relatively flat October.
Consumer Confidence and other key industry metrics.
Major metrics move impressively up the charts.
Retailers are shifting their holiday hiring due to the pandemic.
Stocks and gas headline a quiet week for major metrics.
A slight downtick in confidence, big moves on the Stock Roundup.
Uptick in residential construction.
NAICS 444 and 44413 continue to post numbers ahead of year ago levels.
Key metrics, plus the latest update on jobs, stocks and gas prices.
The bulls are running on the HBSDealer Stock Roundup.
Jobs and confidence are the big themes on the updated dashboard.
After a sharp increase in September, an index shows an October decline.
Updates from Wall Street and the nation’s highways.
Positive 2020 outlook prevails as businesses report pre-pandemic activity levels
Housing starts and retail sales are running ahead of last year’s marks.
Americans adapting to change and a strong housing climate should help push remodeling and repair spending in 2021.
Building material dealers were up more than 23% on a year-over-year basis.
The latest stats from the market and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Confidence jumped sharply, but remains below pre-pandemic levels.
Housing starts and sales ride an upward trajectory.
Unemployment is down to 10.2%; monthly sales are running ahead of 2019.
Wall Street continues its double-digit course.
Consumer confidence retreats, stocks surge.
Hardware and building supply sales momentum slips in July report.
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