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04-23-2018

 

Whole Foods says it will phase out its existing rewards program and fold everything into Amazon Prime. The grocer said unused rewards will not roll over to Amazon Prime, so customers should try to use their benefits before the program ends on May 2.

 

A report by The Pew Charitable Trusts finds more families are carrying an increasingly heavy rent burden -- up 19 percent from 2001 to 2015. Rent-burdened households are those spending 30 percent or more of their monthly income on rent.

 

In a Tweet, President Trump blasted OPEC for a recent spike in oil prices. The jump in oil prices has contributed to high gasoline prices for consumers. Triple-A reports the national average price of regular gasoline is the highest in nearly three years.

 

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