Charles Schwab has agreed to settle a federal class-action lawsuit related to its YieldPlus Fund for $200 million, far less than the $800 million plaintiffs had sought.

The settlement, announced Tuesday, is subject to a definitive agreement and final approval of the court. Other related regulatory matters, including a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation, and a case in a California court remain open.

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