U.S. home construction fell in November.
Builders pulled back on constructing homes in November, after ground breakings surged in October to the strongest pace in more than nine years.
Housing starts fell 18.7 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted 1.09 million, the Commerce Department said Friday. The decline likely reflected a natural regression after home construction soared 27 percent to 1.34 million homes in October, the highest level since July 2007. The Associated Press