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COVID-19 Drives CFO Optimism Down to Great Recession Levels

April 15, 2020

CFO optimism about the U.S. economy and the financial prospects of their own companies declined sharply in the first quarter to 50.9 and 59.7, respectively. Toward the end of the survey period that ended April 3, the new coronavirus drove the U.S. economy optimism index to 42, the lowest level since the Great Recession.

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