Americans expected to spend about $86 each on Halloween this year, Florida citrus farmers expecting increased crops and more

Money Matters

People shop for Halloween in Alhambra, California on October 18, 2019. (FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)

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In Monday's Money Matters, Jane King discusses an estimate that Americans will spend a near-record $2.6 billion on Halloween this year, Florida citrus farmers who are expected to see a rare increase in crops and Starbucks which is paying farmers $20 million more amid a coffee crisis.

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