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A recent study shows that companies with low executive turnover are tightening the raise purse strings for CFOs. How long have you been in your position?
Which of the following areas of ongoing military conflict do you think has the greatest potential to disrupt global financial markets in the next 12 months?
Are construction clients asking you about the new FASB revenue-recognition standard and how it affects their financial documents and their access to surety and financial credit?
With the escalation of violence surrounding Israel, are we seeing the beginning of the next world war?
Earnings for the quarter that ended June 30 will:
How likely is the recent federal court ruling concerning invoices to open up federal contractors to more False Claims Act lawsuits?
Does the seemingly open Southern U.S. border concern you?
How likely is Congress to replenish the Highway Trust Fund before it runs out of money?
My interest level in Asia-Pacific-focused content from CFA Institute is:
As we roll into a three-day holiday, what will you be doing this Fourth of July?
Would small car washes in New York City face difficulty in meeting a $300,000 bond requirement?
Are you, like Wall Street, concerned by recently released inflation figures?
The FT/IMF recently reported that more than 62% of foreign central banks' assets are denominated in U.S.$, of which a significant portion is in U.S. Treasurys. As the Federal Reserve unwinds its quantitative-easing program, foreign central banks will