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Securities Settlement Service may cut costs

Costs for securities settlement services could fall as much as 20% if the European Central Bank sets up a single platform in the eurozone, a person familiar with the deliberations told Dow Jones Newswires Thursday 17 August.

"We should reduce the costs by 20%, otherwise the project doesn't make sense," the person was quoted as saying. "20% is the potential that is widely envisaged; it could even be more. But there is no concrete target yet as the concept has to be worked out more precisely," the

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FedNow – at last

The instant payment system might help fix the US’s rusty payment rails, but it also faces competition, says Dave Birch

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