Over the next 25 years, the U.S. economy will reinvent itself by returning to its agricultural roots. The big banks will stagnate in size. Banking as a whole will contract. Superregionals are coming back.

Those are just some of the predictions for the year 2036 made by five daring and highly knowledgeable panelists during a 90-minute roundtable discussion with American Banker on Aug. 3.

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