CEO Confidence Survey

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CEO Confidence Survey

A survey of 100 CEOs in the United States on their perceptions of the state of their business and the economy in general. Topics covered in the survey include long-term and short-term outlooks, prospects for hiring or laying off workers, and concerns unique to particular industries. The CEO Confidence Survey attempts to quantify these feelings on a scale of 0 to 100, with a higher score indicating bullish feelings. The survey is taken monthly and published by The Conference Board.
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The perspective of venture capital leaders stands in stark contrast to other CEO confidence surveys from this month, the jobs report for the past several months, and other economic assessment reports.
CEO confidence surveys show that the average executive is no more bullish about the economy in general and the labor market in particular than is the average consumer.