Wednesday 25 January 2017 10:32 London/ 05.32 New York/ 18.32 Tokyo
Average US student debt levels have now swelled to a record US$30,000 plus, sparking concern that the US economy could be negatively affected by constrained home ownership and long-term consumption growth. At the same time, high-profile legal cases relating to the difficulty of debtors to discharge their debt through bankruptcy and the recent CFPB versus Navient case suggest that student ...
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