Non-cash spending on construction materials slightly decreased to +51% YoY, compared to the previous week.
The week was stronger for non-cash spending on furniture and appliances, standing at 42% YoY in the 15-21 September period, compared to 39% the week before.
Growth in non-cash spending on electronics up compared to last week, currently at 46% YoY.
Growth of non-cash spending on personal care remaining on a double digit growth at 20% YoY. Growth of spending on other consumer goods on the negative growth territory again at -9% YoY.
Currently at +25% YoY, spending on car repair services up from +21% in the previous week.
Non-cash spending on fuel on the negative growth territory again, currently at -3% YoY in 15-21 September period.
Growth of non-cash spending on doctor visits displays strong growth at +50% YoY, up compared to the previous week.
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