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Errors of behaviour

10 August 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

US banks could collect some $38bn in overdraft fees from customers this year, double the amount in 2000. That reflects banks desperation, but also low savings and overconsumption. It shows the need for codes of conduct, marketing curbs and interest rates that reward savers.

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