Home Depot (HD), one of the banking industry's fiercest opponents in the battles over interchange regulations, says its customers have benefited from lower prices after regulators capped debit card swipe fees.

Retailers won a victory last year when the Federal Reserve capped debit interchange, despite a prolonged banking industry campaign to delay or overturn the proposed regulations. Now Home Depot, long one of the most vocal critics of the prices retailers pay to accept debit and credit cards, says its customers are paying less.

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