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April 9, 2021

Global | The COVID-19 impact on Consumption in Real Time and High Definition: April 9th

Consumption growth sharply accelerated during March compared with last year lockdowns, this increasing growth rates are observed across all countries and sectors.

April 9, 2021

Spain | Impact of COVID-19 on consumption in real time and high frequency in mar-21

Spending with BBVA credit and debit cards or BBVA POS terminals grew 56% y-o-y in March due to the base effect caused by the start of the lockdown period a year ago. Compared to March 2019, the growth in card consumption was lower (18%).

April 9, 2021

Colombia | Weekly update BBVA Tracker: Consumption. 8 April, 2021

In the first quarter of the year, consumption grew 7.5% in annual terms, partially influenced by a rebound effect due to the start of quarantines in 2020. In March, the services sectors returned to pre-pandemic levels, compensating for the lower dynamics of goods consumption.

April 1, 2021

Peru | Real-time analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on consumption (up to March 29)

In March, total card consumption grew 86.3% YoY, this is explained by a low comparison base (in the second half of March 2020, mobility restrictions began due to the beginning of the pandemic).
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March 31, 2021

Colombia | Weekly update BBVA Tracker: Consumption. 31 March, 2021

So far in March, consumption has maintained a similar dynamic to that observed in February, but with a better performance of the service sectors, in which restaurants and fuel surpassed the pre-pandemic level. The beginning of Easter week in the country slows down spending in restaurants and accelerates hotel spending.

March 31, 2021

Argentina | Real-time consumption monitoring (Mar 31, 2021)

Total consumption continues to be unable to grow steadily, remaining at around 0% YoY. The effect of the beginning of the lockdown a year ago is starting to be felt in the different categories. Based on our indicators, activity is expected to grow again in 1Q21, although a second wave of contagions could weaken consumption.

March 25, 2021

Colombia | Weekly update BBVA Tracker: Consumption. 25 March, 2021

In March, the recovery in spending has slowed compared to that observed in February. Despite a moderation in goods, in the last week of the month a higher relative spending relative to 2019 was observed, driven by the recovery in services, restaurants and clothing.

March 18, 2021

Colombia | Weekly update BBVA Tracker: Consumption. 18 March, 2021

Consumption so far in March remains above that registered in the same period of 2019 and 2020, however, it moderates compared to the rebound observed in February after the confinements. Some services, which were behind, accelerate in March.