INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Here’s a look at Wednesday’s trade headlines with Jane King.

CNBC survey: 50% of adults plan to cut back on their meals

Americans say they will stop eating out first to cope with inflation.

A CNBC survey indicates that if price pressure continues, more than 50% of adults say they will cut back on restaurant spending and consider cutting it further if necessary.

Casinos see record revenue in March

March was a banner month for casinos.

US casinos brought in $5.31 billion in revenue in March, the highest monthly revenue in industry history, according to the American Gaming Association.

The industry rebounded as COVID-19 restrictions lifted and casinos benefited from pent-up demand from gamblers keen to spend money on recreation and entertainment.

airnnb sees a jump in summer bookings

Airbnb is seeing 30% more nights booked for summer travel than pre-pandemic levels.

Nights booked for summer travel at unique homes increased 80% in the first three months of the year.

The company says it believes it benefits from hybrid working because people can take longer breaks and work elsewhere.

Disney+ adds more subscribers

Disney+ got more subscribers in the last quarter.

Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the streaming platform also has a new slate of shows and movies to add.

Sales at Disney theme parks were better than expected.

Research shows taking a break from social media can help anxiety and depression

Research suggests that even a brief break from tiktok, facebook, instagram, and twitter can ease symptoms of depression and anxiety.

UK researchers say that staying off social media for a week meant, for some study participants, gaining about 9 hours of free time, which improved their well-being.