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US comes from a decade behind to launch faster bank payments - Financial Times

Financial TimesUS comes from a decade behind to launch faster bank paymentsFinancial TimesA group of the largest global banks have launched real-time payments in the US, in an attempt to catch up with other countries such as the UK by enabling people to send money instantly between bank accounts. The Clearing House, which is owned by the ...and more »14-11-2017

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US comes from a decade behind to launch faster bank payments
Financial Times
A group of the largest global banks have launched real-time payments in the US, in an attempt to catch up with other countries such as the UK by enabling people to send money instantly between bank accounts. The Clearing House, which is owned by the ...

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