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High Street Bank

What it is:

A High Street Bank is a retail bank in the United Kingdom that has many locations.

How it works (Example):

The term gets its name from the British equivalent of "Main Street" in the United States. In turn, a High Street Bank is an everyday bank that is well-known throughout the country.

Why it Matters:

High Street banks tend to offer more services.

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