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People welcome help managing their money, and they don’t mind their own data being analyzed, as long as the result is easy-to-digest information and recommendations they can act upon, JPMorgan’s Kelli Keough said at the In|Vest conference.
Capital One Financial Corp. is limiting how account data flows to outside apps for managing finances, prompting a backlash from the bank’s customers who say they have been locked out of their own information.