The accounting profession's expectations for economic growth remained positive for the third month in a row, according to the December edition of the Accounting Today’s monthly Accountants Confidence Index.

The 3-Month and the 6-Month ACI had risen somewhat over the summer months before sinking sharply for September, with the short-term figure dipping below the 50 mark that the dividing line between expectations of growth and expectations of contraction. Starting in October, however, both ACIs recovered.

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