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CFO Insights — Special Edition: CFO Signals 2014 Q4 Survey Results

Published on: Jan 08, 2015

Last quarter, CFOs’ sentiment built on positive momentum that had emerged in the second quarter of this year. And their much-improved year-over-year performance expectations made a compelling case for sustained economic acceleration going forward.

Since then, further strengthening of economic indicators suggests the U.S. economy is finally on a strong, self-sustaining growth path. But are large-company CFOs buying it?

The short answer, based on this quarter’s survey findings, is yes. Despite lingering concerns about the potential frailty of the global economic recovery, growing worries about geopolitical disruptors, and uncertainty in the aftermath of U.S. mid-term elections, the tenor of CFOs this quarter is clearly one of rising optimism and confidence.


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