What are your college-aged kids spending their money on? A new study revealed what millennials are buying, and jitters return to Wall Street.
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A new report says millennials spend their money on coffee, booze and fast food. Young adults on the East Coast drop the most cash on liquor and coffee. Those in Maine and Massachusetts spend about $300 a year on caffeine, while folks in the South like their fast food. Oklahoma and Kansas millennials are shelling out more than $1,000 a year.