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ST. LOUIS — Armed with many questions, attendees at a Neighbors Credit Union’s seminar wondered how the markets’ upheavals may impact their investments.

The $205 million credit union held a workshop at the Maryland Heights Community Center on Sept. 25 on selecting investments that match individual objectives, how to limit exposure to risk and how to help money accumulate with tax-advantaged accounts. The session came during the same week the nation’s stock markets floundered and bank buyouts and collapses came fast and furiously.

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