Florham Park, N.J. (Oct. 2, 2003) -- Chief financial officers at U.S. companies think the economy’s looking up and are more bullish about their own company’s prospects, a new survey has found.
Three out of four CFOs reported they are more optimistic about the economy this quarter than they were last quarter, and only 8 percent said they were less optimistic, according to the September “CFO Outlook Survey” conducted by Financial Executives International and Duke University.
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