Global CFO Signals™
Library of previous issues
Global CFO Signals provides highlights of recent CFO survey results from Deloitte member firms. It includes opinions ranging on a variety of issues assessing CFO sentiment including the economic outlook, financial markets business trends, their individual organizations, and CFO careers.
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Global CFO Signals™ library
Interested in looking back on the trends that have shaped CFO's risk appetite in recent years? This library of past Global CFO Signals reports provides a look back at the historical events shaping the business culture.
2016 Q4 Global CFO SignalsTM: Rising above the noise
Despite the global gyrations that CFOs have dealt with in recent months, there are multiple signs of optimism in the Q4 2016 edition of Global CFO Signals.
2016 Q3 Global CFO Signals™
External shocks; internal resolve
Over the past year, CFOs have dealt with plenty of surprises—equity market volatility at the beginning of the year, swings in currency and commodity prices, and the unexpected Brexit vote in the UK in June. The 2016 Q3 Global CFO Signals report saw palpable anticipation over the US presidential election outcome.
2016 Q2 Global CFO Signals™
Brexit: Overhang or hangover?
Brexit loomed large in the minds of CFOs. For CFOs identifying potential risk exposures and considering strategies for doing business in the UK and the EU, there is some comfort in having the vote over without a widespread impact to the world economy.
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