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CFOs’ views on the U.S. economy deteriorated a bit in the second quarter, even though their outlook is still far rosier than it was a year ago. The quarterly survey of CFOs conducted by Financial Executives International and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business shows the CFO optimism index fell to 48.14 in the second quarter from 53.60 in the first quarter, while CFOs’ outlook for their own companies declined to 67.40 from 69.49.

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