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In a move that may signal a broader trend reversal, the Target shopping chain has announced it will stop issuing its Target branded credit card with a Visa logo and will instead issue only its in-house Target branded card.

“Our financial products are designed to deepen relationships with our retail guests and drive profitable sales for Target,” said Terry Scully, president, Target Financial Services. “Recent product testing and guest research underscores the tremendous value enjoyed by Target credit card guests. Target benefits from these powerful guest relationships through increased trip frequency and retail sales.”

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