The Duke/CFO Magazine Business Outlook Survey is conducted quarterly. The survey polls CFOs of both public and private companies around the globe.

CNBC Closing Bell
August 31, 2005

Cantos
September 8, 2005
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News Carolina 14
August 31, 2005

North Carolina News Network
August 31, 2005

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The Wall Street Journal
Ahead of the Tape
September 22, 2005

The Wall Street Journal
European Finance Chiefs Grow More Optimistic
September 1, 2005

The Wall Street Journal
Moving the Market: Chief Financial Officers Name Energy Costs as No. 1 Concern
September 9, 2005

Associated Press
Hurricane effect on oil prices concerns financial officers
September 1, 2005

Bloomberg
Gulf Coast's Role as Economic Hub Magnifies Hurricane's Impact
September 1, 2005

Bloomberg
Hurricane's Economic Impact May Hold Political Peril for Bush
September 1, 2005

Bloomberg
Katrina May Cut Profit at Already Ailing Airlines, Automakers
September 1, 2005

Herald-Sun (Durham, NC)
Duke prof says storm realizes worst fears of CFOs
September 1, 2005

Reuters
Survey of CFOs sees slower growth in spending
August 31, 2005

The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC)
Finance chiefs less optimistic in poll
September 1, 2005

Triangle Business Journal (Raleigh-Durham, NC)
CFOs down on U.S. economy
August 31, 2005

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SEPTEMBER 2005 RESULTS

Press Release
(GLOBAL CFO SURVEY: CORPORATE OPTIMISM PLUMMETS IN RESPONSE TO HOUSING AND FUEL CONCERNS) [pdf format]

Results Weighted by Sales Revenue and Number of Employees
Tables of Key Numbers [pdf file]

Equally Weighted Results
United States Topline tables (overall averages, etc.) [rtf file]
Banner tables (results conditional on firm characteristics, industry, location,etc.) [zip file]
Europe Topline tables (overall averages, etc.) [rtf file]
Banner tables (results conditional on firm characteristics, industry, location, etc.) [zip file]
Asia Topline tables (overall averages, etc.) [rtf file]
Banner tables (results conditional on firm characteristics, industry, location, etc.) [zip file]

Actual Survey Questions

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Survey Director, John Graham, Finance Professor, Duke University