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Amid the banking system’s struggles, it has to count as good news if just one-fifth of Americans greatly fear losing their deposits in a crash. That’s what the U.S. portion of a Harris Interactive/France 24/International Herald Tribune poll found. Asked how concerned they are that they might lose the money they have deposited in banks if there’s a collapse of that sector, 21 percent said “a lot,” 40 percent “a little” and 35 percent “not at all.”

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