Wal-Mart's plans to offer a checking account product must be getting the attention of banks with in-store branches.
Such locations have historically provided access to a large audience, even as foot traffic steadily declined at freestanding branches. Over time, a group of banks has relied heavily on locations inside stores belonging to the nation's biggest retailer.
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