WASHINGTON The National Restaurant Association's restaurant performance index rose for the third consecutive month in March, as the measure of operators’ outlook for the economy over the next six months hits its highest level in more than a year. For the first time in 18 months, a higher proportion of operators surveyed by the NRA said they expect the economy to improve in six months, as compared to the percent who said they expect economic conditions to worsen. Thirty ...
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