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A Little Bit Softer Now
The declining dollar is among the biggest concerns of U.S. CFOs, due to rising material costs. April 1, 2005
Happy Holidays or Bah Humbug?
This quarter's Global Confidence Survey finds that the strength of the economy going into 2005 relies on trends in fuel costs, hiring, and the holiday shopping season. December 1, 2004
Happy, but Hesitant
The attitudes of U.S. CFOs are being influenced by such factors as high oil prices, the continuing fallout in the jobs market, and the upcoming Presidential election. September 3, 2004
Forty-four percent of U.S. finance executives have a positive view of the global economy, down from 50 percent last quarter. June 1, 2004
Good, but Not Great
Seventy-two percent of U.S. finance executives say they have a positive outlook on the domestic economy over the next year. March 1, 2004
And a Happy New Year?
In our quarterly Global Confidence Survey, 71 percent of U.S. respondents say they are either ''confident'' or ''very optimistic'' about the domestic economy over the next year. December 1, 2003
Are We There Yet?
Our quarterly Global Confidence Survey reveals that finance chiefs are more hopeful about economic prospects over the next year than they have been since December 2000. September 1, 2003
In our quarterly Global Confidence Survey, CFOs are generally more hopeful about the short-term prospects for the U.S. economy than they have been in a year. June 1, 2003
In our quarterly Global Confidence Survey, CFOs are gloomy about the short-term prospects for the United States. March 1, 2003
Next Year Looks Better, Say CFOs
Latest CFO Global Confidence Survey shows finance chiefs upbeat about prospects in 2003. December 1, 2002