2007 Business Pulse: Health Care and Energy Drive CEO Confidence Down

CEO Confidence in NEWi has reached its lowest level since 9.11. At the end of Q3/07, The Nicolet Bank Business Pulse© had dropped to 97.5 – meaning more negative than positive responses about economic conditions. While the decline was due to general perceptions of economic conditions – as well as future prospects of those conditions – it is critical to examine these conditions at a more specific level to understand what CEOs and business owners are thinking …

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