WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau appears ready to act on rules limiting arbitration clauses as the bureau continues to argue such agreements harm consumers.

The CFPB's final arbitration study, slated to be released Tuesday, heavily criticizes provisions in which consumers agree to seek recourse from their financial institution only through out-of-court arbitration, giving up their ability to sue.

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