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NFIB Small Business Survey: Remains Steady in August

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The headline number for August came in at 103.1, down 1.6 from the previous month. The index is at the 87th percentile in this series.

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NFIB Small Business Survey: Remains Steady in August

The headline number for August came in at 103.1, down 1.6 from the previous month. The index is at the 87th percentile in this series.

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