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April 13, 2005

Small Business Optimism Index Dips

The NFIB is reporting that its small business optimism index dipped 1.2 points in March due primarily to a six-point decline in job creation plans among American small businesses. The index is now at 102.5, which is still above its 30-year historic average of 100. NFIB's Chief Economist William Dunkelberg believes the dip in March's figures can be partially attributed to bad weather in certain regions. Please click the link for the complete NFIB story.

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