WASHINGTON — Bankers lost the Senate fight over interchange fees, but they are hoping the vote will help convince the Federal Reserve Board to raise its proposed 12-cent cap.
A measure by Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., to delay the debit interchange rule garnered 54 votes — six shy of the 60 necessary — but still sends a strong signal to the central bank that its December proposal was overly harsh.
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