Chief financial officers fear that inflation will rise after Alan Greenspan steps down, and are pessimistic about the U.S. economy, according to a new survey out of Duke University.
Other top CFO concerns include high health care costs and increasing interest rates. The executives predict only modest employment growth for the coming year, and 20 percent say that they expect to reduce employment -- however, CFOs still expect solid earnings growth for their own companies.
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