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Mobile Banking Use and Consumer Readiness to Benefit from Faster Payments

The U.S. payments industry is currently implementing faster payments that will enable consumers and businesses to send and receive payments almost instantly at any time of day, any day of the year. Mobile banking in particular may allow consumers to realize the full benefits of faster payments. As a result, a consumer’s use of mobile banking is a good indicator of their readiness to benefit from faster payments.Fumiko Hayashi and Ying Lei Toh examine which consumer characteristics are associated with mobile banking use as well as what other factors may influence consumer readiness. They ...
Economic Review , Volume 105 , Issue no.1 , Pages 5

Briefing
From Then to FedNow: Payments Innovation and the Federal Reserve

Since its founding, the Federal Reserve System has evolved its payments services to be responsive to changes in the industry and to meet the needs of its customers and the public generally. To be sure, episodes of tragedy and crisis can amplify the gaps in legacy systems and approaches, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception as it highlights shifting consumer payments preferences.
Policy Perspectives , Issue December 18, 2020 , Pages 3

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Remarks at the Panel Discussion, “Central Bank Perspectives on Central Bank Digital Currencies”

The topic of central bank digital currencies is certainly of interest to the Federal Reserve and other nations’ central banks around the world. Like others, the Federal Reserve System is considering both the technical and policy issues surrounding all aspects of a central bank digital currency. In my brief remarks today on the panel, I will touch on several of these key considerations.
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Perspectives on the Economy, and on the Opportunities Ahead

Speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. In her first speech as president of the Boston Fed, Susan Collins touched on a broad range of topics, including monetary policy, her vision as leader of the Boston Reserve Bank, and the work being done at the Bank to support a vibrant regional and national economy.
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