Housebuilders offered further indications of a slowdown across the UK market in September 2014.
UK house builders helped to steady the FTSE 100 in mid-June 2015, as the uncertainty over Greece’s debt crisis and possible exit from the eurozone played havoc with the London stock markets.
Construction experienced a surprise slump in the new year, leading to some concerns in March over implications for broader UK economic growth.
The start of February heard reports of a construction ‘rebound’ following some concerns over the level of the slowdown at the end of 2014.
Housebuilder shares slumped across the board in the second week of January amid concerns of a weaker 2015 and a further slowdown in the run up to the General Election.