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Whatever millennials are doing with their money — paying off student debt or just spending — it's not helping them much.
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The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announces a new 'comprehensive slate of consumer protections' today.
Bankers and mortgage lenders see a 'neutral-to-negative' future, while Realtors see a housing slump correcting itself and on the rise.