Effects of restrictions during pandemic

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2020. 12. 02. 11:24
You’re broke even though you spent 6,173 HUF a day, measured in volume, shopping consumption decreased by 3.5 percent in the third quarter and by 2 percent between January and September, writes blokkk.com. But spending still holds better than GDP. That loan moratorium came in handy. And the mask has also become a fashion item: we try it like a hat, which is better.

Some people have less money because they lost their job or were transferred to part-time work. There are those who have no less money, but be careful when you open your wallet and compile your shopping list beforehand. And the result is that we spend less on the family coffers almost everywhere, with the day shop and pharmacy the exception. In the end, any restrictions, whatever we put under the magnifying glass, will curb spending to some degree: restrictions, store locks, time zones alike, but we accept that control of the pandemic takes precedence. That’s the price of being able to buy afterwards. (blokkk.com)

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