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The terrorist attack on tourists in Barcelona may be another reason that travel insurance sales are on the rise. Squaremouth, a travel insurance comparison site, says some policies would allow consumers to get refunds if they cancel their trips to Barcelona in the next 30 days and purchased the policy before the attack.

Emergency room doctors say the total solar eclipse may result in a surge of patients. Because so many people are crowding into the prime viewing areas, which tend to be rural, doctors predict a big increase in accidents.

A report by J.D. Power and Associates says now is a really good time to sign up for a rewards credit card. The company says banks and credit card companies have stepped up the competition for customers and are offering increasingly attractive rewards.

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