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CFO Insights Special Edition: 2016 Q3 Global CFO Signals

Published on: Nov 30, 2016

Over the past year, CFOs have dealt with plenty of surprises – equity market volatility at the beginning of the year, swings in currency and commodity prices, the unexpected Brexit vote in the UK in June, and now the outcome of the US presidential election. Despite all these overhangs, many CFOs remain upbeat regarding their own companies’ indicators. However, with so much uncertainty, it is not surprising that risk appetite remains low and defensive strategies are on the upswing in many countries. How does CFO sentiment in Q3 2016 break down? Download the 2016 Q3 Global CFO Signals to learn more.

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