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U.S. | 11 Sept 2019 Small Firms are Nervous about the Future, but no Meltdown, Yet
The August NFIB survey of activity and sentiment at small businesses was soft, but it could have been worse.

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11 Sept 2019 Small Firms are Nervous about the Future, but no Meltdown, Yet

By Ian Shepherdson

The August NFIB survey of activity and sentiment at small businesses was soft, but it could have been worse.

Posted: 11th Sep 2019 in 'U.S.'

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