The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reveals less than 10% of merchants saved on debit costs post-Durbin.
Federal Reserve says fraud prevention adjustment costs should remain part of the equation.
Study finds consumers use their debit cards 21.2 times monthly, a 32% increase since 2005.
The court order is the latest development in a lawsuit filed by retailers nearly two years ago.
Although Judge Paul Magnuson agrees the settlement isn't fair, a lack of class action status makes it legal.
Payments processor TMG increases 2014 fraud savings for members by 40% over 2013.
MasterCard deal worth $19M doesn't come close to covering actual breach losses, say bank and credit union plaintiffs.
Payments CUSO lays off 53 workers in St. Petersburg, Fla., effective June 30.
Mercator Advisory Group finds 50-60% of financial institutions offer debit rewards.
Credit and debit card innovations still present credit unions with an opportunity to provide members with first class service.