WASHINGTON — A Supreme Court decision limiting class-action lawsuits was a win for banks and other corporations on Wednesday, but the victory may prove to be short-lived.

In a 5-to-4 decision, the high court ruled that businesses may require customers to sign binding arbitration agreements that prohibit them from joining class-actions.

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