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Member Confidence in Economy Continues to Slowly Erode
The October results of the Wall Street Journal/Vistage Small Business Survey revealed that business owners’ confidence in the economy continues to worsen. The economic confidence expressed by small firms has slowly declined since the start of 2015, falling to its lowest level in nearly two years.
This month, Vistage CEO Leon Shapiro heads to the United Kingdom to talk to Vistage members about their views on the global economy as well as how they are dealing with a staffing shortage.
A monthly survey measuring the sentiment of U.S. small-business CEOs and owners about the economy. Respondents are limited to businesses with annual revenues of $1 million to $20 million. The findings are analyzed by Dr. Richard Curtin, University of Michigan. View an interactive tool with the full results at vistageindex.com.