Nearly two-thirds of finance executives predict the U.S. economy will fare better this year than last year, according to a new survey.

The survey, by Adaptive Planning and the Business Performance Innovation Network, found that 64 percent of the finance executives they surveyed expect the overall economy in 2011 to improve over last year—an optimistic outlook reflected by reports of improving economic conditions, reduced fears of a “double-dip” recovery and lower levels of economic uncertainty.

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