Economics: Irish construction PMI falls back to 59.2 in February from 61.4 in January
The Ulster Bank Construction PMI in Ireland dropped to 59.2 in February from 61.4 in the previous month.

Commercial and civil engineering activities increased at softer paces, while housing activity rose the most in four months.

New order growth was little-changed from January’s six-month high.

At the same time, employment expanded substantially amid improving market conditions and greater client activity.

Alan McQuaid (12/3/18)