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Computer Glitch Leaves Canadian Banks in Turmoil

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Computer Glitch Leaves Canadian Banks in Turmoil

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Computer Glitch Leaves Canadian Banks in Turmoil

Computer Glitch Leaves Canadian Banks in Turmoil

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Millions of Canadians are uncertain just how much money is in their bank accounts, due to a computer glitch that first began affecting banking systems on Monday. Some account holders waiting for their payroll direct deposit on Friday may have to wait a little longer. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Laurence Booth of the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.

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