Paid off a student loan. Account marked as closed. Why is the old balance still showing in Trends?

This week, I paid off one of my four student loans. I marked the account as "closed" in Mint, which set the balance for that loan to $0.00. Although my loan "Overview" displays the correct balance, and the Transaction was marked as a Student Loan payment, the Trends page isn't giving me credit for having paid off my loan. This is affecting my Debts Over Time, Debts By Account, and my Net Worth on the Trends page (but not on the Overview page). 

Is there a fix for this, or is this something that just takes some time for Mint to resolve on its own?

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