97% Of CFOs Say US Economy Is Headed For Downturn, 77% Say Stocks Overvalued

97% Of CFOs Say US Economy Is Headed For Downturn, 77% Say Stocks Overvalued

At this juncture, there's something a bit redundant about documenting the disparity between consumer confidence and C-suite sentiment. The disconnect between the mood among "regular" folks and those for whom the median annual household income is a rounding error has been the subject of intense scrutiny for months on end. In October, we asked who is "wrong", consumers or CEOs. A few months later, in December, we broached the subject anew, highlighting some charts from Nordea, whose Andreas Sten
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2 thoughts on “97% Of CFOs Say US Economy Is Headed For Downturn, 77% Say Stocks Overvalued

  1. Makes sense, most of the people I know including me work for companies that have recently been having waves of cost controls, early retirements and layoffs including management levels which even in 08 I did not see hardly. The slowdown is coming. Print all the money in the world… it hardly matters to the economy when it goes straight into inflating speculative assets.

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