NORWALK, Conn. — Chief financial officers at U.S. companies believe that the worst of the global economic crisis is over, and that their industries will enjoy moderate growth next year, according to a recent survey of CFOs by GE Capital here. In the survey of 530 CFOs at companies with revenues ranging from $50 million to $1 billion, 47% said they expect the U.S. economy to be stable in the months ahead, while 37% said they expect to see improvement soon. Sixty-two percent said they had ...
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