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The BBVA Research Big Data Consumption Indicator reported an increase of 4.8% MoM in its services component, and a 3.0% MoM in the goods sector

We analyze the distribution of greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the consumption of Spanish households, considering spending levels, age, gender, and different types of goods and services. Our approach combines official data, the Input-Output methodology and BBVA data.

The services segment grew 2.6% MoM (reaching a level 11% above its Dec-22 figure), while the consumption of goods grew 0.2% MoM, after the contraction registered the previous month

The behavior of private spending was fueled by the growth of 3.4% in the services segment, while the consumption of goods fell (-)0.8%.

We study the transmission of monetary policy shocks using daily consumption, corporate sales and employment series. We find that the economy responds at both short and long lags that are variable in economically significant ways.

In February, total consumer spending contracted 2.7% year-on-year in real terms, deepening the moderation it has been showing since the end of 2022. This time, the result was mostly explained by the deceleration of spending in services sectors.

The BBVA Research Big Data Consumption Indicator reported an increase of 3.8% MaM in January, with real seasonally adjusted figures.

According to the BBVA Big Data Consumption Tracker, household spending grew 4.9% in real annual terms in January. Spending on services, led the performance with a 12.1% real annual increase. On the other hand, spending on goods slowed down furt…

The BBVA Research Big Data Consumption Indicator (ICBD BBVA) grew 2.7% MoM in December, with real seasonally adjusted figures

In December, consumption growth reached a real annual variation of 3.8%, higher than the 2.3% reported in November, with an acceleration in both goods and services. Goods contracted by 4.2% and services grew by 7.7%. Spending performance trendi…

The BBVA Research Big Data Consumption Indicator fell (-)3.4% MaM in November, taking the average monthly variation for 4Q22 to (-)1.2% (vs -0.7% in the first two months of 3Q22), with real figures seasonally adjusted.

BBVA Research presented at NBER Fall 2022 in the conference Innovative Data in Household Finance: Opportunities and Challenges.