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JPMorgan Chase agreed to a $55 million settlement with the government over allegations that it discriminated against “thousands” of African American and Latino mortgage borrowers, it was disclosed Wednesday.

The bank’s independent brokers charged minority borrowers higher mortgage interest rates and fees during from 2006 to 2009, compared to “similarly situated white borrowers,” according to a government lawsuit filed in a New York federal court.

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