Duke survey: CFOs weigh in on Affordable Care Act and more

Lynn Russo Whylly's picture
Thursday, October 17, 2013

U.S. chief financial officers are concerned by several risks on the horizon—including an overvalued stock market, interest rates that are expected to jump and a shift toward temporary and part-time workers driven by the Affordable Care Act and overall economic uncertainty.

In spite of all this, profits are expected to jump by more than 10 percent, full-time employment is anticipated to increase by two percent, and capital spending could rise by nearly five percent.

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