Greece is the only European country to show rising confidence among chief financial officers (CFOs), according to a survey conducted by Deloitte.
The survey, which gathered the views of 1,373 CFOs based in 20 European countries, found that 39 percent of CFO's in Greece were more confident about the financial prospects of their companies. this reflects a rise of 3 percentage points among optimistic CFOs in Greece, in comparison with the previous survey that was held six months ago. Next on the list are CFOs from France and Norway. At the bottom is Turkey.
"Greece is the only country where the mood is less frightened; compared to the previous edition of the survey, fewer CFOs consider the level of uncertainty around them to be high," said the report, titled European CFO Survey Autumn 2018.