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JPMorgan CEO: Student debt is a 'discgrace'
July 1, 2019

From Yahoo Finance:

JPMorgan Chase (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon says student lending in the U.S. has been "a disgrace" and it's "hurting America."

"Is there an issue with student debt? There is, but you've got to stop the creation of bad debt," Dimon told Yahoo Finance's Andy Serwer in an exclusive interview at the unveiling of JPMorgan's new flagship bank branch in Midtown Manhattan.

Dimon added that the government has "irresponsibly" lent more than $1 trillion since taking over in 2010.

"And now they want to forgive it," he said.

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