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U.S. Small-Business Owners' Optimism Reaches New Heights
The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index finds optimism among small-business owners, improving upon the record high set last quarter.
Optimism Among U.S. Small-Business Owners Remains High
Small-business owners remain optimistic, but have hiring concerns. Owners' views of the tax reform law are mixed; many say it is too early to judge its effect.
U.S. Small-Business Owners' Optimism at Record High
The Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index finds that optimism among small-business owners is at its highest level since measurement began in 2003.
U.S. Small-Business Owners' Optimism Down From Record High
The Wells Fargo/Small Business Index finds optimism among small-business owners on the decline after setting a record high last quarter.
Optimism Among Small-Business Owners Soars
U.S. small-business owners are the most optimistic they have been since July 2007, according to the latest Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index.
U.S. Small-Business Owners Still Upbeat, but Worried About Hiring
Small-business owners remain optimistic about business conditions but are concerned about government regulations, taxes and hiring good employees.
Americans Worry Less About Government Regulation
The percentage of Americans who think there is too much government regulation has dropped to 39%, the lowest in a decade.
Trump's First 100 Days and Americans' Policy Preferences
Donald Trump's policy proposals and actions over his first 100 days in office have a mixed relationship to American public opinion.
U.S. Small-Business Owners' Optimism Highest in 10 Years
Small-business optimism continues to rise, reaching its highest levels since 2007. Owners are particularly positive about their current business situation.
Small-Business Owners Remain Upbeat Amid Improved Revenue
Small-business owners post their highest optimism score since 2007, buoyed by strong revenues and cash flow.