The coronavirus continues to impact Americans’ daily lives as many face the stark reality of shelter-in-place orders and a volatile financial market. By analyzing consumer spending, Second Measure transaction data can surface U.S. spending trends in near-real time to provide insights in these unprecedented times. Recent data reveals, as of the week of March 23 … Continued
Author: Kate Gessner
Shelter-in-place orders in response to the coronavirus have pushed Americans to spend more at major office supply retailers, like Office Depot and Staples.
With public concern growing over the coronavirus pandemic, year-to-date sales at Costco, BJ's Wholesale, and Sam's Club are on the rise.
Rent the Runway’s sales grew 40 percent year over year, and its subscribers are more likely to stick around after one year than those of Stitch Fix.
Total HBO Now subscribers nearly doubled during Game of Thrones season 7, but fans are more likely to cancel their accounts than the average subscriber.
Peer-to-peer rental platform Airbnb is approaching an IPO. Its annual sales surpassed Hilton’s in 2018, based on U.S. data, excluding business spending.