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European markets ‘back to pre-Covid levels’
EFCA surveys indicates Europewide optimism, but staff shortages still a challenge
Materials shortages ‘won’t halt recovery’
Research from Dutch financial services group ING points to resilient construction market
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Equipment sales see a slight drop, but contractors remain relatively buoyant as we enter Q2
CE Barometer results for February
Numbers tell story of a strong and consistent sense of improving business confidence
CE Barometer survey for February closing soon
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Speakers announced for global market webinar
Off-Highway Briefing panel to include former President at CNH Industrial and Bloomberg economist
Consultants Euro survey hints at stabilisation
Cautious optimism seen in European engineering association’s fourth Corona Survey
UK figures point to construction recovery
Study of top 50 contractors shows July activity at pre-coronavirus levels
VDMA: Europe’s situation ‘tense but not dramatic’
Trade association sticks with forecast of 10% to 30% decline in equipment sales
Report reveals record slump in UK construction
Building activity plummets as crisis leads to spending freeze, says IHS Markit/CIPS UK survey
CECE survey paints bleak picture
More than 60% of OEMs in Europe report significant reductions in production and a further 15% are at zero production.
EFCA survey shows effects of virus on business
European engineering association report provides insight into lost projects and staff retention
Vinci rating hints at long-term pain
Fitch Ratings downgrades concessions and construction giant from Positive to Stable
UK construction squeezed
Profit margins of UK construction companies eroded by rising costs, according to CPA
UK construction growth continues despite risks
UK construction output is expected to grow by 0.8 per cent in 2017, 0.7% in 2018 and 2.2% in 2019, according to the Construction Products Association
New orders pick up in Ireland at year end
Irish construction ended 2016 positively with activity continuing to rise sharply, according to Ulster Bank
UK construction product manufacturing grows
Construction products manufacturing in UK grew for 15th consecutive quarter, according to Construction Products Association's 2016 last quarter figures
Czech Republic construction output turnaround
Increased civil engineering activity claimed as driver for improved construction outlook
Scandinavian construction growth forecast
Increase in housing market and public infrastructure projects highlighted by Norwegian contractor as drivers of regional growth
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