Commercial banks have been hit with a cyber attack on Thursday, prompting the closure of the banking system in many countries around the world.
“We’re seeing large numbers of transactions being delayed or delayed and we’re seeing many people losing money,” said Rohan Thummulla, an analyst at IBISWorld.
The attacks were not connected to a particular country and it appeared to have been a malicious one.
While banks across the world were affected, banks in the United States were not.
A number of banks were operating as normal, said Richard Rennison, chief information officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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