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No sign of the pall lifting, as the Commerce Department reports that construction spending fell again in April by 0.4 percent. Private residential housing construction fell for the 26th month in a row by 2.3 percent, while—silver lining alert—nonresidential activity bounced up 1.6 percent, buoyed by increased spending on shopping centers, office buildings, and hotels. [SF Gate]