Did you notice some local banks are gone in your area?

Why your bank may be closing down its doors - COSTS

Will American Banks Close Thousands of Branches. PMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) will cut roughly 300 branches over the next two years. Some reasons for its decision extend to all banks that support large numbers of locations. Supporting customers via physical locations is a dying business. The J.P. Morgan decision is just the beginning.

Several banks have thousands of branches. Among the largest are America’s national banks: Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC), Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) and Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C). Among less well-known banks, U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) and PNC Financial Services Group Inc. (NYSE: PNC) have about 3,000 locations each.

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Cecil the lion kills happens every day - Talk about credit card debt

American game hunters are paying 50K or more the allow game guides to let tigers out of cages just so these game hunters can shoot them dead. Talk about credit card debt! Then these hunters pay 25K or more to have them stuff just to show them off in their games rooms. This has been going on for years. Perhaps Cecil kill is for nothing but for more awareness of what is going on with animals in the wild. Don't you think it is hard enough for them all to survive as it is!

Cecil was a male Southwest African lion (Panthera leo bleyenberghi) who primarily lived in the Hwange National Park in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. He was a major attraction at the park and was being studied and tracked by Oxford University as part of a larger study. Cecil was named after Cecil Rhodes, a 19th century British imperialist and diamond mining magnate who is also the namesake of the Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University and Rhodesia (renamed Zimbabwe).

On 1 July 2015, Cecil was shot and killed after Walter Palmer, an American recreational big-game hunter, had wounded him with a bow and arrow. The killing drew international media attention and sparked outrage among animal conservationists, politicians and celebrities, as well as a strong negative internet response against Palmer.