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December 15, 1987

Top business executives in the San Francisco Bay Area expect to realize a median 10% profit during the coming year, despite the stock market collapse and the weak U.S. dollar, according to a poll by the San Francisco Chronicle. A median profit increase of 10% means half of those answering believe that their profits will rise by 10% or more, while the other half expect a gain of less than that percentage. The poll found that 51% of business leaders in the area believe that their companies will do significantly better during 1988.

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