Economy

  • WSJ/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey: Confidence in economy rises sharply in wake of election

    WSJ/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey: Confidence in economy rises sharply in wake of election

    Confidence in the economy has risen sharply in the months since the November 2016 election, according to the most recent WSJ/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey. In data collected January 9-16, nearly 62% of surveyed small business owners said that the results of the election made them more confident about the national economy, and nearly 50%

  • Survey: CEO confidence holds steady

    Survey: CEO confidence holds steady

    The WSJ/Vistage Small Business CEO Confidence Index for October 2016 revealed that confidence in the economy among small business firms has meandered sideways in a virtual holding pattern during the past three months. The widely expected revival in growth of the economy above its 1% pace has apparently been overwhelmed by economic uncertainties generated by the U.S.

  • Survey: CEO confidence on the rise

    Survey: CEO confidence on the rise

      The WSJ/Vistage CEO Confidence Index reveals that persistent, slow economic growth is expected over the next 12 months. While 22 percent of those surveyed expect the U.S.economy to improve in the next year, more than 50 percent expect it to stay its present course. Nearly 70 percent of CEOs expect to see increased sales

  • Survey: CEOs growing optimistic about economy

    Survey: CEOs growing optimistic about economy

    The Vistage CEO Confidence Index revealed cautious optimism in the economy as confidence inches upward from a three-year low in the second quarter. Nearly 70 percent of CEOs expect increased revenues for the year ahead, and more than half expect increased profits. The overall numbers for September’s survey indicate modest predictions for growth, with a

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