Labor shortage poses biggest threat to US economy, most CFOs say

Michael Lee Strategy founder Michael Lee explains why he believes the U.S. markets will continue to see growth. The  U.S. economy is poised for a strong recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, but faces fresh risks from a widespread labor shortage and rising infections among the unvaccinated, according to a survey of American CFOs. Although 78% of CFOs surveyed by the Deloitte Global CFO Program said that economic conditions in North America are “good” or “very good” – an increase from the previous quarter – only 54% think the outlook is set to improve over the course of the next year.US ECONOMY POISED TO GROW AT FASTEST PACE SINCE 1984, OECD SAYSThe decline in optimism likely reflects the economic uncertainty triggered by a number of external factors such …

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