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Bill Dunkelberg
According to Bill Dunkelberg at NFIB, in spite of Washington it appears that small business optimism is holding at record levels because of private sector activity on Main Street. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
<p><strong>Job openings and plans to create new jobs lead monthly NFIB Index of Small Business Optimism</strong></p> <p>The Index of Small ...</["p"]> » More
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg, chief economist at NFIB, reports even though small business optimism fell in June, it's still sustaining the surge in optimism that began after last year's election. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
Overall job creation among small businesses edged higher in May, powered mainly by stronger hiring plans and job openings, according to the monthly National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB... » More
Bill Dunkelberg
Small business optimism index hovers near record levels, but expectations for future business conditions plunge after Congress fumbles Obamacare repeal. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
Small business optimism has not faded much and there is growing evidence that this optimism is being translated into more spending and hiring, although not at explosive rates. » More
Jim Blasingame
Smarter people than I are forecasting a Wall Street correction if, for example, there’s no tax reform this year. My concern is having already clipped its coupons on the post-election exuberance, a ... » More
Bill Dunkelberg
According to Bill Dunkelberg, NFIB's chief economist, althoughsmall business optimism remains near record highs, a shortage of qualified workers is stunting hiring activity in this sector. » More
Jim Blasingame
Investors and job creators of all shapes and sizes are all dressed up, looking for a place to go. We’re thinking economic expansion, but unfortunately, what happens next is not up to us. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
The recent growth in small business optimism looks similar to the surge in the Index in 1983, which was followed by years of economic prosperity. » More