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The number of ATMs in the world fell by 1% in 2018, largely due to branch closures and rising use of mobile payments, according to new data from banking research and consulting firm RBR. The London, England-based firm predicted that the number of ATMs around the world will fall to 3.22 million in 2024 from 3.24 million in 2018.

Tina Orem

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