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The concern of retail banks is that, like real profits, a company's cash flow flowing into their own coffers means lower consumer demand for their products. Starving low- and middle-income middle-class consumers is not necessarily an epitomy of weakness. Listen closely to the CEO's mantra, and you'll notice the vast gulf between what fund managers and politicians regularly tell the American public and accurate box flashes over substantial investments at established pension funds operating around the globe:
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