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Optimism among chief financial officers in the U.S. held near an all-time high in the second quarter, while the hiring and retaining of workers in a tight labor market remained a top concern.

An index of CFO sentiment was little changed at 71.1 after a first-quarter reading of 71.2 that was the highest since the survey began in 1996, according to a report Wednesday from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and CFO Magazine. The survey of 228 companies was conducted from May 22 to June 8.

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