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OC Business Execs’ Top Concern is Labor, Supply Shortages: CSUF

20% See Fed Interest Rate Rise by End of 2021

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OC Business Outlook Surges: CSUF

2Q expectations highest since 2018

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OC Firms’ Optimism Slips For Start of 2021: CSUF

ECONOMY: Views differ on timing of recovery

Cal State University of Fullerton economists report OC executives' economic outlook remains optimistic into 2021, though sentiment is not as positive as three months ago

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OC Business Outlook Falls: CSUF

First decline since start of coronavirus pandemic

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CSUF: Execs Have Sunnier Outlook

ECONOMY: Optimism returning to business

Bright future 2021

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OC Business Executives’ Outlook Improves: CSUF

Local hiring picture relatively stable

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CSUF Survey Indicates Improved Biz Confidence

ECONOMY: Coronavirus spread could change outlook

Almost a quarter of Orange County businesses expect to be at pre-pandemic levels of operations by the end of the year, while local firms’ hiring and profit outlook have also improved, according to economists at California State University-Fullerton.

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Business Expectations in OC Show Major Improvement: CSUF

Almost a quarter surveyed see pre-pandemic level by year-end

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CSUF: Disneyland Closure A ‘Major Hit’ to Region

ECONOMY: Economists say jobless rate could reach 17%

Down before up: unemployment looms

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ANIL PURI

2019 OC 500

Director, CSUF Woods Center for Economic Analysis & Forecasting

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OC Business Optimism Falls to 11-Year Low

ECONOMY: CSUF says ‘we’re in a recession’

Half of cos. to cut jobs

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Half of OC Firms to Cut Jobs, CSUF Says

Coronavirus pandemic devastates local outlook

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OC Execs: 2020 Starts On Upbeat Note

ECONOMY: D.C. disputes, trade tops list of concerns

Orange County executives are heading into the new year with a fresh dose of optimism, while they’re still keeping a wary eye on the how political turmoil in the nation’s capital may affect their companies, California State University-Fullerton economists said in their latest business expectations survey.

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