Tracker: July 2019

Tracker index

Among dramatic ups and downs in activity and orders, tender growth slowed across the board, with non-residential flatlining at 50

01 / State of play

The total activity index remained above the no-growth bound at 60 in July after gaining four points. R&M activity was also on the upside for the third consecutive month, after edging up by one point to 58.

The residential sector remained in positive territory as its activity index increased by two points to 58. The non-residential sector activity index jumped up by nine points to 62. The index for the civil engineering sector, however, dropped 15 points but managed to remain above the no-growth boundary at 55.

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