What CFOs Are Expecting as the Economy Begins to Reopen

PwC surveyed more than 300 U.S. finance leaders to gauge sentiment

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Chief financial officers say that they're prioritizing worker safety in back-to-work playbooks. Getty Images

As states make plans to reopen their economies, U.S. finance leaders’ Covid-19 concerns are high, but stabilizing, according to a new survey by accounting and analytics firm PwC—the third it has conducted since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

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