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- Issue 422: ATM sector stabilises after two years of uncertainty
- Issue 421: Surprise as cash dispensers outpace recyclers in ATM shipments
- Issue 420: Non‑cash payments expand in multiple guises
- Issue 419: ATM pooling in France and Turkey highlights shift to larger markets
- Issue 418: It is not often that domestic payment schemes make international headlines
- Issue 417: Why deposit automation and recycling bucks other retail banking trends
- Issue 416: Commercial cards set for strong growth despite permanent hit from COVID
- Issue 415: Is Brexit to blame for Amazon’s ban on Visa credit cards in the UK?
- Issue 414: Addressing the branch transformation challenge
- Issue 413: Resilient cards market has a good pandemic
- Issue 412: Is shared banking the future?
- Issue 411: UK presses ahead to protect access to cash
- Issue 410: Mixed picture from latest global ATM research
- Issue 409: Do virtual cards have a future?
- Issue 408: Branch transformation gives boost to TCRs
- Issue 407: Batopin – the latest but by no means the last ATM pooling initiative
- Issue 406: Pressure growing to take advantage of advanced ATM software
- Issue 405: COVID‑19 hit to commercial cards will be temporary
- Issue 404: Inexorable rise of contactless far from complete
- Issue 403: COVID‑19’s threat to cash is nothing to do with public health
- Issue 402: BRC criticises cost of card acceptance and calls for government action
- Issue 401: Could cashback make a comeback?
- Issue 400: Understanding Asia Pacific’s contrasting banking and payments markets
- Issue 399: Will virtual conferences become the new norm?
- Issue 398: Have we hit a new-normal for ATM installations?
- Issue 397: 10% rise in global ATM shipments, but choppy outlook
- Issue 396: What is the relationship between card and mobile payments in China?
- Issue 395: How is COVID‑19 impacting ATM transactions?
- Issue 394: CIT firms lead acquisitions of off-site ATM fleets
- Issue 393: Increased acceptance underpins growth in card usage
- Issue 392: Automated ATM deposit set to pass key landmark
- Issue 391: Why in‑branch coffee is making a comeback
- Issue 390: Can the global cards market keep growing at its current rate?
- Issue 389: How big a threat is RuPay to Visa and Mastercard?
- Issue 388: LINK guarantees an ATM on every high street in the UK
- Issue 387: Significant opportunity for IADs despite falls in some large markets
- Issue 386: Are we about to see a second wave of ATM growth in India?
- Issue 385: Don’t let China skew the global ATM picture
- Issue 384: Does the EC have the stomach to extend its war on interchange fees?
- Issue 383: Are shared branches the way of the future?
- Issue 382: UK Access to Cash Review gives cash a lifeline
- Issue 381: Pay-now cards thriving on back of growing access to financial services
- Issue 380: Could ATM pooling address MEA’s underexploited potential?