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Healthy current climate, but growing concerns over continued recovery
As equipment manufacturers and material producers experienced growth, listed contractors felt the brunt of virus
After May reflected a potential return to normality, ‘second wave’ speculation is strong as shares fall during July
The Covid-19 pandemic has created huge disruption for companies in the construction sector
With 2019’s fourth quarter experiencing reduced activity, CE examines share prices for early 2020
2019 financial round-up; all three major categories in construction saw index growth above 20%
Companies are generally seeing a solid end to 2019, but barometer warns of recession
Larger companies maintain position of growth, while smaller businesses appear to tread water
Stock prices inflated through investment banking make the difference this month
The markets have been up and down of late, but with the holiday period drawing to a close, businesses will hope work picks up
The latest Construction Europe Barometer Survey providing the Industry’s opinion on the market
After share prices roundly fell last month, a shrewd investor could have seen a good return, with share prices now creeping back up
April was the third month in a row that the CE Barometer reflected a strong sense of optimism in the European construction sector.
Following a sharp jump up in February, confidence in the European construction sector stayed at a high level in March
Sentiment hit the highest levels since 2010 and 2011 in February, and some measures were back to pre-crisis levels.
Sentiment in the European construction sector remained similar to December’s levels in January, although there was some softening in areas that were already marginal.
Responses to the December CE Barometer survey were the most up-beat for almost three years about the industry’s future prospects. However, month-on-month activity looked a little softer - perhaps a seasonal factor
Overall confidence in the European construction sector remained positive in November, with survey respondents much more bullish about future prospects.
Confidence in the European construction sector improved for the third month in a row in October, but optimism about future prospects still far outweighed current improvements.
After an encouraging uptick in August, September saw confidence in the European construction sector continue to strengthen