Here's a look at what's news in business and finance this morning:
- Fitch Ratings warned yesterday that troubles in Europe could spread to U.S. banks. Marketplace lays out how that could happen.
- USA Today asks, could bank branches wither away?
- Many Americans now say they will have to work until age 80 to afford to retire comfortably, a survey from Wells Fargo shows, the Los Angeles Times reports.
- European banks are coming up with risky deals to be able to keep borrowing from the central bank, the Wall Street Journal reports.
- A former IMF chief economist writes in The New York Times that breaking up the country's biggest banks is not a "fringe idea to be brushed off."
What do you think about the Wells Fargo survey? Is 80 unreasonable or a sign of the times?