Bankers at last week's American Bankers Association convention in San Francisco had to be depressed. Everywhere they looked there were signs that the public simply doesn't love them.

It all started when they walked into the convention center and found a copy of the trade group's magazine sitting on their chairs with a ghastly looking banker next to the headline "How consumers see you."

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