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New Poll: CFO Confidence Continues To Decline In August

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of America’s finance chiefs reveals third consecutive month of declining confidence, as supply chain issues and lack of skilled labor continue to stifle growth.

CFO Confidence Declines on Rising Cost of Materials, Supply Chain Disruptions

CEO confidence rebounded to multi-year highs earlier this month, according to our sister publication Chief Executive, but their finance chiefs are not viewing the future with the same level of optimism.

CFOs More Optimistic Than CEOs About Economy, Business Conditions

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of U.S. CFOs finds finance executives among the most optimistic of the C-suite about the improving landscape for business.

CFO Optimism Falls In May Amid Rising Inflation Concerns

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of U.S. CFOs shows that the specter of rising interest rates and inflation have impeded their confidence—and their predictions for investments.

CFO Optimism Hits Record High

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of U.S. CFOs shows that growth in the service sector, dwindling unemployment numbers, record-low interest rates and higher-than-ever household savings are fueling record-breaking confidence.

March Poll Shows CFO Confidence At Record Highs On Loosening Covid Restrictions

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of U.S. CFOs shows the gradual loosening of Covid restrictions having an impact on their optimism for the year ahead—with confidence in future business conditions now surpassing that of CEOs.


Slide In CFO Confidence Accelerates In October As Concerns Over Labor,...

New poll by StrategicCFO360 shows CFO outlook for business in 2022 continued to slide in October, as concerns over inflation, labor shortages, supply chain volatility and political tension mount.


CFOs Say Better Use Of Data Needed To Push Innovation, New Poll Reveals

Nearly three-quarters of CFOs polled say their company aspires to outperform peers in the race for insightful data, but only 33 percent believe they’re currently ahead of the competition.