Major U.S. population shifts could spur banks to make strategic moves with long-term implications.

Several states in the Pacific Northwest and Southeast have become popular moving destinations, while scores of people have left the Northeast, Rust Belt and Appalachian coal country. Those insights come from an annual study by United Van Lines, a Fenton, Mo., firm that tracks population movements, along with the income levels and rationales of people who have relocated.

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