Am-Ex Study: Affluent Eating More Fast Food A new study by American Express found that "ultra-affluent" consumers have spent nearly 25 percent more on Big Macs and Whoppers this year compared to last. The company defines ultra-affluent as those who charge more than $7,000 a month on their credit card.
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Am-Ex Study: Affluent Eating More Fast Food

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Am-Ex Study: Affluent Eating More Fast Food

Am-Ex Study: Affluent Eating More Fast Food

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A new study by American Express found that "ultra-affluent" consumers have spent nearly 25 percent more on Big Macs and Whoppers this year compared to last. The company defines ultra-affluent as those who charge more than $7,000 a month on their credit card.

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