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United States Building Permits


Naptár GMT Tényleges Előző Megegyezés
2019-12-17 01:30 PM Építési Engedélyek (Havonta) Nov 1.4% 5%
2019-12-17 01:30 PM Építési Engedélyek Nov 1.482M 1.461M 1.41M
2020-01-17 01:30 PM Építési Engedélyek (Havonta) Dec -3.9% 0.9% -1.9%
2020-01-17 01:30 PM Építési Engedélyek Dec 1.416M 1.474M 1.468M
2020-02-19 01:30 PM Építési Engedélyek Jan 1.416M


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2019-12-17
US Building Permits Rise to 12-1/2-Year High
Building permits in the United States increased 1.4 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,482 thousand in November 2019, beating market expectations of 1,410 thousand. Permits were at the highest level since May 2007, as authorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment rose 2.5 percent to 564 thousand and single-family permits advanced 0.8 percent to 918 thousand, the highest since July 2007. Across regions, permits went up in the Northeast (18.1 percent to 163 thousand); Midwest (15.1 percent to 206 thousand); and the West (1.3 percent to 376 thousand), but fell in the South (-4.7 percent to 737 thousand). The housing market has been boosted by a fall in mortgage rates after the Fed cut key rates 3 times this year.

2019-11-19
US Building Permits Rise to Over 12-Year High
Building permits in the United States rose 5 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,461 thousand in October 2019, beating market expectations of 1,383 thousand. Permits were at the highest level since May 2007, as authorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment advanced 8.2 percent to 552 thousand and single-family permits increased 3.2 percent to 909 thousand, its highest since August 2007. Across regions, permits went up in the Northeast (19.5 percent to 141 thousand); Midwest (1.7 percent to 176 thousand); South (5.6 percent to 776 thousand); and the West (0.8 percent to 368 thousand). Permits for September were revised to 1,391 thousand from 1,387 thousand.

2019-10-17
US Building Permits Fall Less than Expected
Building permits in the United States decreased 2.7 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,387 thousand in September 2019, while markets had expected a 26 percent tumble to 1,350 thousand. Authorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment fell 8.2 percent to 505 thousand while single-family permits advanced 0.8 percent to 882 thousand, its highest level since February last year. Across regions, permits were down in the Northeast (-25.7 percent to 113 thousand); the Midwest (-5.9 percent to 176 thousand) and the South (-2.9 percent to 732 thousand), but increased in the West (10.2 percent to 366 thousand). Permits for August were revised to 1,425 thousand, the highest level since May 2007, from 1,419 thousand.

2019-09-18
US Building Permits Rise to Over 12-Year High in August
Building permits in the United States rose 7.7 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,419 thousand in August 2019, beating market expectations of 1,300 thousand. Permits were at the highest level since May 2007, as authorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment increased 13.3 percent to 553 thousand and single-family permits advanced 4.5 percent to 866 thousand. Across regions, permits went up in the Northeast (26.9 percent to 151 thousand); the Midwest (14.5 percent to 189 thousand) and the South (11 percent to 748 thousand), but declined in the West (-7.8 percent to 331 thousand). Permits for July were revised to 1,317 thousand from 1,336 thousand.

2019-08-16
US Building Permits Rise the Most since 2017
Building permits in the United States surged 8.4 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,336 thousand in July 2019, while markets were expecting a smaller rise of 3.1 percent. It is the strongest gain in building permits since June 2017, as authorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment jumped 21.8 percent to 498 thousand and single-family permits rose 1.8 percent to 838 thousand. Across regions, permits went up in the West (13.7 percent to 365 thousand); the South (10.7 percent to 685 thousand), but declined in the Midwest (-1.2 percent to 169 thousand) and the Northeast (-3.3 percent to 117 thousand). Permits for June were revised to 1,232 thousand from 1,220 thousand.

2019-07-17
US Building Permits Fall to Over 2-Year Low
Building permits in the United States fell 6.1 percent from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,220 thousand in June 2019, while markets were expecting a 0.1 percent gain. Permits were at the lowest level since May 2017, as autorisations for the volatile multi-family housing segment declined 16.8 percent to 407 thousand while single-family permits rose 0.4 percent to 813 thousand. Across regions, permits dropped in the South (-10.4 percent to 618 thousand); West (-7.9 percent to 313 thousand) and Midwest (-0.6 percent to 172 thousand) while increased at the Northeast (21.9 percent to 117 thousand). Permits for May were revised to 1,299 thousand from 1,294 thousand.

Egyesült Államok Ház Utolsó Előző Legmagasabb Legalacsonyabb Egység
Építési Engedélyek 1416.00 1474.00 2419.00 513.00 Ezer [+]
Építkezések Megkezdése 1608.00 1375.00 2494.00 478.00 Ezer Db [+]
Új - Otthon - Sales 719.00 710.00 1389.00 270.00 Ezer Db [+]
Folyamatban Lévő Ingatlan 7.40 4.90 30.90 -24.30 Százalék [+]
Használt Lakások Eladása 5350.00 5440.00 7250.00 1370.00 Ezer [+]
Építési Beruházás 0.60 0.10 5.90 -4.80 Százalék [+]
Nahb Lakáspiaci Index 75.00 76.00 78.00 8.00 [+]
Lakásindex 0.20 0.70 1.20 -1.80 Százalék [+]
Jelzáloghitel Ráta 3.87 3.91 10.56 3.47 Százalék [+]
Jelzáloghitel Igénylések 30.20 13.50 49.10 -38.80 Százalék [+]
Case Shiller Lakásárak Index 218.43 218.24 218.43 100.00 Pont [+]
Otthon Tulajdoni Hányad 64.80 64.10 69.20 62.90 Százalék [+]
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