CFOs in the U.S. are collectively less optimistic about opportunities for their businesses and the U.S. economy amid continuing concerns about health care reform and other issues, but remain moderately optimistic on their outlook for the global economy, according to a new survey.

The survey, by Financial Executives International and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, noted that this quarter, CFOs around the world continue to be faced with many concerns, including headcount reduction and the stability of the Eurozone. U.S. CFOs in particular have some additional concerns such as the Affordable Care Act and a resolution to the debt ceiling.

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