The National Federation of Independent Business reported Tuesday a decline in optimism among small business owners in June after a promising three-month run.

The NFIB’s June Optimism Index fell 1.6 points to 95.0. Even though job components improved, capital outlays and planned spending faded along with expectations for improving business conditions. Overall only two Index components improved, two were unchanged, and six fell.

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