06.Dec .2021 12:00

How Much Did Non-Cash Spending Increase Through TBC Bank’s Channels?

How Much Did Non-Cash Spending Increase Through TBC Bank’s Channels?
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In the period of 23-29 November, growth of noncash spending by residents on grocery & pharmacy totaled 136%, compared to 2019 (+38% YoY), - show the data from TBC Capital.

According to the report, In the period of 23-29 November, growth of noncash spending by residents on grocery & pharmacy totaled 136%, compared to 2019 (+38% YoY). Growth of non-cash spending on categories excluding grocery and pharmacy stood at 81%, relative to 2019 (+27% YoY).

Relative to 2019, in the period of 23-29 November, growth of non-cash spending in hotels, through TBC Bank’s channels, marginally declined and totaled 18%.

Growth of non-cash spending in restaurants & cafes posted a decline and amounted 60%, compared to 2019.

In the period of 23-29 November, growth of non-cash spending on apparel doubled and amounted 137%, relative to 2019.

Growth of non-cash spending on entertainment remained on the negative territory and totaled -17%, compared to 2019. Relative to 2019, in the period of 23-29 November, change of non-cash spending on fitness doubled and amounted 107%.

Compared to 2019, in the period of 23-29 November, growth of non-cash spending on construction materials doubled and totaled 196%. Non-cash spending on furniture & appliances doubled and amounted 246%, relative to 2019. Growth of non-cash spending on electronics showed a significant increase and stood at 309%, relative to 2019.

Non-cash spending on personal care doubled, relative to 2019 (188%). Growth of non-cash spending on other consumer goods also doubled totaling 133%.

Relative to 2019, in the period of 23- 29 November, growth of non-cash spending on car repair increased and totaled 87%. Growth of non-cash spending on fuel & transport amounted to 47%, compared to 2019.

Relative to 2019, in the period of 23-29 November, growth of non-cash spending on doctor visits stood at 83%. Growth of non-cash spending on medical equipment doubled and totaled 117%, relative to 2019.