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More than four in 10 U.S. millennials — those aged 18 to 34 — say they are “chronically stressed” about money, and that money stress is spilling over into their emotional well-being, leisure activities, personal relationships and physical health, according to a Bank of America/USA Today survey released today.
In a video interview with the Financial Times, incoming ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols spoke about the importance of the banking industry adapting to serve and recruit millennials as customers and employees.
Incoming ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” this morning to discuss the importance of regulatory relief for banks and industry unity in confronting challenges to bankers.
Of three generations queried in a Wells Fargo/Ipsos survey released yesterday, millennials expressed the most optimism about the present and future path of the economy and their current and future financial situations.
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The millennial generation — those aged 18 to 34 — recognize the value of savings, but their student debt burden limits their ability to save for long-term goals.