By Maria Coyne
A somewhat sobering picture emerged in the recently-completed fourth edition of the Key4Women Confidence Index.
The signs of a general economic upturn that were identified in the third Index (released this spring) have now given way to a more mixed picture, but with
clear indications that the recovery has slowed.
Perhaps most significantly, data captured in the fall Index finds that fewer women business owners — 33.3%, versus 53.78% a year ago — think the economy will be
better in six months. Exactly half — 50% — now think the economy will be about the same in six months.
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