Data Round-Up: Small Business Optimism Remains Strong, No Fear of 'Trade Wars'

posted by Michael Lewis on August 14, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Manufacturing

Tags: trade small business optimism index

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The NFIB’s headline optimism index rose +0.7 points to 107.9 in July, just shy of the record 108.0 set in 1983.


FMI’s review of today’s July NFIB Small Business Optimism Index and July U.S. Dollar and Trade Prices results.

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