The sector's sharpest contraction since September 2011.
Good news for the UK construction firm, with solid results in investments and urban regeneration.
In the face of cuts and a decline in home ownership, co-ops could help people into the market.
Alex Preston urges bankers to look up at the buildings they built.
Work under the contract involves renovation of Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, Charleston.
Both companies will combine parts of their existing operations for the new water-management service.
The project will improve transport links between Corby and the A14.
Improves trading performance in all geographic regions except France.
Strengthens asset management portfolio.
The coalition's regional policies have been quietly disastrous.
Growth slowed as new export orders fell at steepest pace since May 2009.
Clive Palmer, one of the world's richest men, wants the ship to be "as similar as possible" to the o
Record British wealth in 2012.
Shale gas: mining the data.
The biggest surge in almost three years, according to Halifax.
Ian Hannam was fined £450,000.
New orders increased significantly.
But the real estate group improves its investment and retail portfolio.
Company has contacted all its UK construction employees.
But recent growth slows in Europe for the Ferguson operator.
The company continues its reorientation towards overseas operations.
The 95 per cent mortgage is back.
Strong figures from the infrastructure group.
Final results for 2011 show good performance across its portfolio
But the engineering group slashes net debt by 26 per cent.
Average asking price up 4.1 per cent.
Strong growth in the United States and China.
The contract is part of Rio Tinto’s investment in power and fuel supply projects to enhance existing and future expansion of iron ore production capacity.
Net earnings attributable to the company were $30.27m for the fiscal fourth quarter of 2011, compared to $32.03m for the same period of fiscal 2010. Diluted earnings per share was $0.16 and $0.17 for the fiscal fourth quarter of 2011 and 2010 respectively.
An innovative device can help obese people regulate their diet