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WILMINGTON, Del. — JPMorgan Chase, the second largest card issuer in the country, has announced that its “clear and simple” cards will abandon the practice of hiking the interest rates of card holders whose credit scores decline. The practice, which industry analysts say is mostly confined to the nation’s top 10 issuers in terms of the number of cards, has drawn increasing fire from consumer groups, regulators and lawmakers.

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