Tatiana Dávila Egas
Tatiana Dávila Egas

Tatiana Dávila Egas is an economist at BBVA Research. She holds a degree in Statistics from the Universidad de Granada (University of Granada), where she served as a researcher and data analyst for the Open Lifelong Learning Center. She later took a scholarship with the BBVA Research Big Data Unit, where she also carried out her final project.

She is currently part of the Big Data unit, carrying out projects on economic analysis, NLP and machine learning.

Latest publications

The COVID-19 impact on consumption was much more intense during the first wave than in the rest of the year 2020. By sector of activity, the impact of Covid-19 has been heterogeneus too. Food and health was the most beneffited ones and tourism related sectors the most damaged.
Spending with BBVA credit and debit cards or BBVA POS terminals grew 6% year-on-year in December, 10 points more than in November, due to the rise in transactions with Spanish cards, both face-to-face (5%) and online (56%).
The Covid-19 impact on consumption has been significant in 2020 with uneven recovery paths and sectorial effects by country. Consumption growth rates moderated during December in most of the countries given the second wave and some new restrictions. The impact of this second wave is different from the first one.