Business optimism remains at low levels, according to a new survey by Grant Thornton.

The firm's Business Optimism Index, a quarterly confidence measure surveying more than 350 U.S. senior executives from various industries, remained essentially stagnant at 56.1 in May, compared to 56.3 in February. The slight drop makes the May figure the second-lowest measure since the index's inception in 2002.

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