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Business expectations lift

Staff Reporter 3 minute read

By: Staff Reporter

The outlook for business conditions in the December quarter has improved with Australian executives expecting a strong turnaround in the months ahead.

According to Dun & Bradstreet’s latest Business Expectations Survey, sales and profits expectations – two key indicators of business strength – have risen substantially over the past quarter.

Christine Christian, Dun & Bradstreet CEO, said the news augured well for the nation’s economic growth in the coming months.

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She warned however that executives remained cautious on employment and capital investment.

“These results signal that there is still a way to go before we return to the overall levels of confidence and prosperity that existed prior to the onset of the Global Financial Crisis.

“But if executives take a long term approach to business management… Australia should be well positioned to accelerate the pace of growth while many other developed nations continue to face economic stagnation,” she said.

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