Last quote by Tim Moore
There were more positive trends in terms of staff hiring and business optimism regarding the year-ahead outlook.
Feb 02 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Tim Moore is associated, including UK and September. Most recently, Tim Moore has been quoted saying: “UK construction companies noted that the weaker sterling exchange rate had resulted in higher costs for a wide range of imported materials.” in the article UK construction PMI touches nine-month high in December, costs jump. An other article where Tim Moore has been quoted is RPT-UK construction growth hits 7-month high, but outlook darkens -PMI.
Quotes by Tim Moore
Jan 04 2017
UK construction companies noted that the weaker sterling exchange rate had resulted in higher costs for a wide range of imported materials.
Nov 02 2016
While business activity has picked up since the third quarter, the recent phase of new order growth has been the weakest for 3-1/2 years. Survey respondents noted that Brexit-related uncertainty and concerns about the UK economic outlook had held back investment spending.
Nov 02 2016
Survey respondents noted that Brexit-related uncertainty and concerns about the UK economic outlook had held back investment spending.
Sep 23 2016
September's survey data points to a sustained upturn in manufacturing production, although growth remains subdued overall and only slightly faster than seen through the first half of 2016.
May 05 2016
Softer growth forecasts for the UK economy alongside uncertainty ahead of the EU referendum appear to have provided reasons for clients to delay major spending decisions until the fog has lifted.
Apr 04 2016
Residential building has seen the greatest loss of momentum through the first quarter of 2016, which is a surprising reversal of fortunes given strong market fundamentals and its clear outperformance over the past three years.
Feb 03 2016
Aside from the pre-election slowdown last year, the latest upturn in construction output was the weakest for over-two-and-a-half years.
Feb 03 2016
What's different this time around is that construction companies have cut back on employment growth in response to the uncertain business outlook.
Jan 04 2016
A near-stagnation in new business volumes was the main factor weighing on the headline index in December.
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