New regulations have pushed down the fees charged to merchants for processing debit card transactions, but the ultimate impact on merchants and consumers may depend on the debit card industry's new revenue strategies, according to the Kansas City Fed.
Deutsche Bank analysts explore the future of mobile payments and the strategic options for banks.
Measured as a percentage of revenues, financial services firms spend more on IT than any other industry. Research from Deutsche Bank asks how much output is generated from the IT input.
The Bank of England examines evidence from the UK equity market of high-frequency trading behaviour and its impact on market quality
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston reports on how technology platforms are securing mobile payments in the US.
An economic perspective from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago that examines the adequacy of existing efforts to prevent, manage, and mitigate data breaches and other fraud in card-based payment systems.
A new two-year Foresight study, The Future of Computer Trading in Financial Markets - An International Perspective, sheds new light on technological advances which have transformed market structures in recent years.
A global survey by Anthemis Group finds national payment schemes need to take greater risks and develop international strategies or face marginalisation.
Björn Hagströmer and Lars Norden of the University of Stockholm examine the impact of high frequency trading on market quality.
The US Federal Reserve charts the use of financial services by the unbanked and underbanked and the potential for mobile adoption.
Visa canvassed the opinions of 5500 young people aged between 18-25 in an attempt to understand the attitudes and behaviour of Generation Y in the areas of life and finance.
The Kansas City Fed explores the relative costs of different retail payment methods