London — Britain’s financial markets watchdog proposed an overhaul of cash-saving products on Thursday designed to improve interest rates offered to long-standing customers.

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said last year that first-time customers for cash-savings products were getting higher interest rates than existing customers when they came off introductory offers, dubbed a loyalty penalty in the industry...

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