One of Fidelity Investments’ advantages over rival Charles Schwab could be eroded soon for an important base of clients.

Fidelity plans to end the ability of independent financial advisors to use high-yielding Fidelity money-market funds as the core sweep account for new nonretirement accounts that they manage.

Starting later this year, Fidelity’s…

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