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As the stock market soars to record levels, small-business owners remain pessimistic—but slightly less so, according to the April Index of Small Business Optimism released today by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). The April index shows that optimism rose 2.6 points from March, to 92.1 in April, on a scale in which 100 represents the level of optimism among small-business owners in 1986 and 90.7 is the average score during the recent recovery.

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