Up next on the scandal agenda for U.K. banks are swap products marketed aggressively to average-Joe borrowers from 2005-08. Rate swaps were designed to protect against rising rates. Trouble is, rates plummeted, forcing heavy charges onto the clients who signed up. Thus far, the banks have provisioned only small sums for possible legal remedies.
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