Economists at the 2016 Dodge Construction Forecast held last week in Washington, D.C., spoke with measured optimism about the construction industry’s 2016 economic fortunes, with the bottom-line message calling for a slow-growth scenario.
Beth Ann Bovino, S&P chief economist, said the overall U.S. economy has had a “half-fast/half-assed” recovery and luncheon speaker Larry Kudlow of CNBC said he believes there will be no recession next year. Bovino and Ro
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