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  • New construction up sharply in November

     
    New construction on homes and apartments increased sharply in November, a bright spot for the beleaguered U.S. real estate market. New housing starts last month rose 9.3% over a revised October estimate and were up 20.1% above November 2010. Homes and...
  • Construction of new homes increases, except in West

     
    Construction of single-family U.S. homes appeared to pick up last month, but not in the West. Single-family homes were started at a rate of 434,000, a 5.1% increase over the prior month. The increase follows news of an increase builder......
  • Joplin tornadoes may have stirred up buried lead

     
    Joplin tornado: The tornado that struck Joplin, Mo., in May appears to have stirred up lead that now contaminates many sites; Joplin is, after all, an old lead-mining town....
  • Dow posts fourth weekly gain as gloom lifts a bit

     
    The end of the world looks like it will be postponed again -- or so Wall Street must think. The blue-chip Dow Jones index rose for a fourth straight week, boosted by a strong rally on Friday as money poured......
  • New home construction surges in September; recovery still elusive

     
    New residential construction surged 15% in September, turning in its best performance in 17 months, though economists warned that a housing recovery has yet to take hold....
  • Housing, industrial production data give conflicting signals

     
    Economists had been waiting for a series of data releases Tuesday for an indication of where the direction the economy was headed. But so far the numbers have been mixed. July housing starts were at a seasonally adjusted rate of......
  • Economic doubts make for two-faced stock market

     
    Wall Street has been a tale of two stock markets for the last couple of months or so. Amid rising concerns about the outlook for U.S. growth, shares of many companies whose fortunes are closely tied to the economy’s swings......
  • Economy's fading momentum drives money out of stocks, into bonds

     
    Wall Street is worried that the "soft patch" is getting a lot softer. New reports on Tuesday signaled more weakness in the U.S. economy, fueling another sell-off in stocks and driving some investors into the relative safety of bonds. The......
  • Goldman, BofA Merrill warn U.S. economy is losing momentum

     
    Hopes were high at the start of this year for a hefty first-quarter growth spurt in the U.S. economy. But some of Wall Street’s biggest banks now are ratcheting back their growth estimates amid disappointing data in recent weeks. Goldman......
  • Construction spending edged up in November

     
    Construction spending in the U.S. inched up 0.4% in November, according to government data released Monday, the third consecutive monthly uptick. But the level of money spent on building projects remained well below its year-ago level. Total...
  • HGTV Dream Home floats along the Rose Parade

     
    HGTV's New Year's Day programming lineup ramps up with a commercial-free broadcast of the 122nd Tournament of Roses Parade, and for the first time, the home-and-garden network is sponsoring a float -- a replica of its 2011 Dream Home. Designed......