Consumption trends from credit card use Improved in the second half of October, such as eating out

Consumption trends from credit card use In the second half of October, improvements such as eating out november 16 at 10:52

A survey of consumption trends based on credit card usage information showed that in the second half of last month, the index of eating out and other products improved significantly due to the effects of Go To Eat.
Data analytics company Naucast and credit card giant JCB have published an index that protects privacy and looks at consumption trends based on card usage information.

As a result, the index from 16th to 31st of last month was minus 5.7% compared to the second half of January before the spread of the infection, an improvement from minus 12.1% in the first half of last month.

Especially due to the effect of “Go To Eat”, “eating out” improved by more than 8 points from the first half of last month to minus 18.7%.

In addition, “entertainment” such as movie theaters was minus 12.5%, an improvement of more than 16 points from the first half of last month.
In the background, the popular manga released in the middle of last month is the original animated movie “Theatrical version of the Blade of Demon destruction infinite train edition” has become a record hit.

As for the outlook for the future, the company that conducted the survey said, “With the spread of the new coronavirus infection again throughout the country, it is unclear whether the improvement trend will continue.”