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  • Third quarter 2014 – CFO SignalsTM results
    This quarter’s findings appear to build on last quarter’s positive momentum and seem to make the strongest case yet for the sustained economic acceleration that has previously been so elusive.
  • 2014 Q2 Global CFO Signals
    Little wonder that in many of the 11 country reports in this edition of Global CFO Signals, finance chiefs are reporting sustained optimism, a healthy risk appetite, and expansionary tactics.
  • Fox Business Network interview, June 30, 2014
    Sandy Cockrell, national managing partner, U.S. CFO Program, Deloitte LLP, discusses the highlights from the Q2 2014 North American CFO Signals survey results.
  • Second quarter 2014 – CFO SignalsTM results
    A mixed bag of sentiment and expectations.
  • 2014 Q1 Global CFO Signals
    Finance executives worldwide are reporting sustained – and in some cases, increasing – optimism.
  • Fox Business Network interview, March 31, 2014
    Sandy Cockrell, national managing partner, U.S. CFO Program, Deloitte LLP, discusses the highlights from the Q1 2014 North American CFO Signals survey results.
  • First quarter 2014 – CFO SignalsTM results
    CFOs are optimistic, but their near-term growth expectations are weak. And, there are rising signs of conservatism and tentativeness.
  • 2013 Q4 Global CFO Signals
    Do CFOs believe 2014 is finally the year of broad-based recovery for their own countries and companies?
  • Fox Business Network interview, January 8, 2014
    Sandy Cockrell, national managing partner, U.S. CFO Program, Deloitte LLP, discusses the highlights from the Q4 2013 North American CFO Signals survey results.
  • Fourth quarter 2013 – CFO SignalsTM results
    CFOs are still not planning for substantial growth, and a growing number may be becoming more defensive.
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