(BLOOMBERG) -- As the calendar creeps toward July, the month that will crown this U.S. expansion the longest on record, recession fears are increasingly popping up in corporate America.
Some company leaders are worried that strong economies do eventually reverse. Some have been unnerved by recent gyrations in the stock market. But most are reserving judgment: noting, like economic policy makers do, that risks have increased but real activity still looks strong. Many are sending a positive message while battening down the hatches in case an economic storm does materialize.
Here’s a summary of what some of America’s biggest publicly-traded companies have said over the past week -- the good, the bad, and the worried.
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