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Housing Starts Dip 16% for Third Straight Decline

Housing Starts fall 16% in January, the largest drop since 2011. More

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Housing Starts Show Promise for Spring

While some economists suggested at year's end that the housing recovery was on the verge of stalling out, housing start data show signs of increased strength. More

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U.S. Dept. of Commerce Reports Chilly Housing Starts

What happens when new-home construction numbers fall short of expectations? You could blame it on the weather. More

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2014 Looks Good for the LBM Industry

Several positive trends in the construction industry bode well for the future of the LBM industry. More

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Fed Reports Continued but Modest Economic Growth over the Summer

The Federal Reserve's "Beige Book" indicates that the U.S. economy continued along the path of modest growth over the summer. More

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Stock Produces Net Income of $2 Million in 2nd Quarter

For the first time in six years, Raleigh, N.C.-based Stock Building Supply Holdings produced a profit, logging second quarter net income of $2 million, compared to a net loss of $2.2 million a year ago. More

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APA Forecasts Continued Growth in Engineered Wood

Growing housing demand, rising home prices, and increased customer confidence drive gains More

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Dealers' 2013 Outlook Brighter Than Among Builders, Remodelers--Poll

Dealers are more optimistic about revenue growth in their businesses in 2013 than remodelers and single-family builders are about their operations, with repair and remodel business ranking atop the list of growth opportunities, a new survey by ProSales' parent finds. More

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Builder Confidence Rises in July

Builder confidence in the single-family home market rose six points to 35 on the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index for July. More

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