U.S. CFOs’ confidence in the U.S. economy increased more than 10 percent in the first quarter of the year, reaching a two-year high, according to a new survey by Financial Executives International and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business. 

The quarterly FEI/Baruch CFO Outlook survey found that U.S. CFOs remain concerned about health care costs, the global economy and the future of the Eurozone. Revenue growth, competition and regulatory issues rank among their top business challenges.

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