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CFO Insights — Special Edition: CFO Signals 2015 Q3 Survey Results

Published on: Oct 01, 2015

Last quarter’s survey marked a major change in CFO sentiment, with rapidly rising concerns about the longer-term prospects for the US economy in light of faltering performance in other major economic zones.

To say the least, volatility in the business environment has not subsided since then. Despite indicators of encouraging economic performance by North America and Europe, several factors became more ominous for CFOs this quarter – not including the pummeling of Chinese and US equities that occurred the Monday after the survey closed.

Much more than in any other quarter, CFOs voiced strong concerns about the impact of slowing Chinese growth on North America. Consequently, their growth expectations, which hit several lows last quarter, have not significantly rebounded and have worsened in some cases.

What else are CFOs saying? Read the 2015 Q3 CFO Signals survey results to find out.


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