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Collections-Bank libraries often show collection characteristics more like public libraries than like special libraries ; i. e., rather than having a very narrow but deep subject interest, they frequently have a broad and shallow topical approach. Bankers rarely want the de finitive study on a subject; more often, they want to become con versant quickly on a topic, are interested in the outlook for an area, want trends or statistics or need to know what the competition is do ing. Banks these days include not only bankers but also financial an alysts, investment analysts, real estate analysts, economists, agrono mists, petroleum engineers, management scientists, programmers, software engineers, attorneys, insurance specialists, market research specialists, industrial psychologists, CPA's, auditors, designers, purchasing agents, lobbyists, speech writers, tax accountants, statis ticians and security guards. Supporting that many specialists re quires a broad collection.