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This week, we took stock of what 2017 signified for financial services before turning our eyes ahead
 
December 31 · Issue #115 · View online
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This week, we took stock of what 2017 signified for financial services before turning our eyes ahead toward the year to come. 
I hope you’ll continue to read us for insight into the future of money and the institutions and companies that service it.
– Zack Miller, Tearsheet

As 2018 rolls in, it’s prediction time. But first, Tearsheet’s Suman Bhattacharyya reviews and grades the predictions experts made about this past year.
Here's one chart: Goldman Sachs thinks it's a tech company
Here are five charts that surprised us this year by either debunking or augmenting what our reporting has told us.
2017 was a year of bolstered and bruised reputations in finance. Here’s what happened.
2017 will go down as the year that bitcoin and cryptocurrency moved into the mainstream (at least in terms of awareness, anyway).
Our 2018 watchlist of six of the more high-profile bank leaders who jumped ship to startup land.
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