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(Bloomberg)   Optimism among U.S. CEOs shows biggest increase since 2009. Although it's easy to be optimistic when earning $10 million a year during good times, and a $40 million severance when fired   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Chief executive officer, Business Roundtable, Economics, Monetary policy, Federal Reserve System, capital spending, Interest, Washington Mutual  
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2017-03-16 09:58:25 AM  
Done in none.
2017-03-16 04:19:18 PM  
Thank God. I was worried they would get sad.
2017-03-16 04:38:31 PM  
About time the rich white guys got a break, how they must have been suffering, snorting coke off of last year mistresses butt and all.
2017-03-16 05:40:58 PM  
Montgomery Burns - The Rich White Man Is In Control
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2017-03-16 08:02:47 PM  
Finally they can spend those trillions they've been afraid to reinvest. Remember they were afraid to do that because they didn't know what changes Obama would make to regulations? I guess they know what's going to happen now.
2017-03-17 07:53:26 AM  
They see the hog trough being set out in front of them, why wouldn't they be optimistic?

It's always a feeding frenzy just before the guillotine comes out.
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