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Respondents to the March CE Barometer survey think new build sectors will be the most attractive this year - particularly civil engineering. It is a complete reversal from the sentiment a year ago.
March saw the CE Barometer retain the gains it made from February, when sentiment bounced-back after tough winter conditions the traditional New Year break in activity.
Overall confidence in the European construction industry at its highest since late 2007
January’s CE Barometer survey showed the normal seasonal slowdown in current activity. However, prospects for the future remained buoyant.
Although November saw some improvement in the future outlook for the construction industry, month-on-month activity still looked weak as the winter weather began to threaten.
October saw sentiment on European construction activity soften again, although it remained comfortably in positive territory.
Month-on-month construciton activity slowed again in September, but the industry remained up beat about future prospects.
The industry is still confident about the future, but there was a slowdown in August. Was it a seasonal slowdown or a more profound change.
The strength of sentiment in the European construction industry fell back in July – a worrying sign or just the normal seasonal lull?
The recovery in European construction continued in June, with the CE Barometer almost unmoved from the positive results of the previous month.
What effect did the volcanic eruptions in Iceland, and ensuing travel problems have on your business?
The results of May’s CE barometer survey painted a picture of continued recovery, with the industry having returned to growth in April. Chris Sleight reports.
CE Barometer respondents say the credit market is easing, but more than half say it is still more difficult than a year ago.
The results of April’s CE Barometer survey show the European construction recession is over