WASHINGTON — Bankers and other financial executives continued their full-court press to delay pending restrictions on debit interchange fees, even as lawmakers prepared to move forward on plans to delay the new requirements.

Several bankers spoke directly with top Federal Reserve Board officials on Thursday, arguing that if they finalized their interchange rule, it would gut industry profits and hurt consumers.

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