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CFOs’ optimism about the U.S. economy improved markedly late last year, rising to 65.50 in the fourth quarter from 55.20 in the third quarter, according to a survey conducted by Financial Executives International and Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business. The CFOs’ outlook on their own companies rose to 73, up from 69.1 in the third quarter. And when it came to the global outlook, U.S. CFOs’ optimism about the global economy came in at 64.30, beating the 58.20 reading from European CFOs.

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