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Consumer Credit Growth Slowed in June

Consumer credit increased at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.1 percent in June, down from a 7.5 percent rate in May. Total outstanding credit increased $10.2 billion during the month (compared with $24.3 billion in May) to $3.91 trillion. Revolving credit, largely a reflection of credit card debt, decreased at an annual rate of 0.2 percent to $1.04 trillion, ...

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With more people conducting financial transactions online, and fewer branch offices peppering the landscape, banks have an even greater opportunity to work harder and smarter to create new branch experiences. Banks are increasingly under pressure to do more with less.  The right mix of staff, services and technology is essential to remaining relevant in today’s connected economy. That means branches ...

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The Bank Customer of the Future

Customers will continue to accelerate their demands for anytime/anywhere banking. They will look to banks as expert advisers who can help them overcome stress and manage financial goals.

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J.P. Morgan, Railroad Referee

Bankers do a lot more than just accept deposits, make loans and underwrite securities. They give advice, warn clients against dangerous strategies—and even sometimes act as referees.

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The Circus Bank

The traveling Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus was famous for its humane animal acts. It was also famous for its bank.

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