The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on Thursday issued a rule that levels the playing field for state-chartered banks seeking to pay interest on demand deposits.

Starting April 1, when the Federal Reserve Board exempts banks that it supervises from rules banning interest on checking and other demand accounts, banks overseen by the FDIC immediately would get the same breaks.

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