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Monday, June 29

Happy Monday, readers. We're rapidly approaching Fourth of July weekend, but before you lather on mosquito spray, heat up the grill and set off bottle rockets, we've got a few more days of money and tech news for you. It's David, here to get you started:

Black homeownership lags whites: The gap in racial equity that persists in many facets of American life impacts homeownership as well, a new report from Redfin finds.

Mask rage: A woman shopping without a mask at a California Trader Joe's caused a scene Friday, calling employees "Democratic pigs" and screaming profanities.

Advice from a procrastinator: I understand when people tell me they would rather not talk about their finances right now, since money is tight.  But if not now, when? Now is the time to set up a savings and investment plan.

Keep scrolling down for more news. 

David Brinkerhoff, Deputy Money Editor

A "For Sale" sign in front of a home.
Homeownership plays role in race wealth gap
The gap in racial equity that persists in many facets of American life impacts home home ownership as well, new report from Redfin finds.
Trader Joe's maskless shopper causes scene
Customers wear a variety of protective masks as th
Was your Chase checking account balance off? Here's why
A customer uses an ATM at a branch of Chase Bank,
If money is tight here's what you need to do
Make 2020 the year you finally get your finances u
Fireworks sales are booming across the nation
Fireworks in the night sky at Disneyland.
Papa John's and Shaq launch Shaq-a-Roni Pizza
Papa John's Pizza has a new limited-time pizza cal
Ford offers buy-back deal to offset anxiety
$100 bills
After three-week decline, mortgage forbearance grows...
Active Forbearance Plans
Starbucks barista's tip grows to $84k after customer...
Starbucks barista crafting customer drink.
Facebook under more pressure over hate speech
A Facebook engineer writing code on his laptop
 
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