The latest Duke University/CFO Global Business Outlook survey shows the outllook of U.S. finance executives for their economy continued to weaken this quarter, slipping to 60 following the previous quarter’s 63 rating (on a scale from 0 to 100) and the year’s high point of 65 in the spring. Confidence in respondents’ own companies has also wavered, although to a lesser degree. The 65.8 rating U.S. executives assigned to their level of optimism for their companies is the lowest seen in the survey since the beginning of 2014.

In this video, John Graham talks about the rest of this quarter’s survey results.

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