Been looking at a lighting company that gets half its revenues from multi-family residential new construction.
Though a different company than TAYD, both are exposed in some way to institutional or commercial construction.
This chart shows changes in C&I loan growth (commercial and industrial loans) - the blue area graph - via FRB layered on top of housing permit data, specifically, the ratio of multifamily permits (five or more units) to single family permits.
I think the takeaway is that multi family construction permits really ramp relative to single family later in a cycle, and that there was a period of under building of multi-family units during the housing bubble.
My sense is that business is passed the peak, at least for the current cycle (yes Virginia, there is a business cycle, no matter how skewed it may be by interest rate policy).
Or maybe slowing C&I loan growth is from uncertainty about future policy and rates, due to the election.
I'm not a macro-investor I just love comparing things.
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