Personal grooming spend up seven-fold as social activities reach almost pre-Covid levels
Bank of Ireland debit card spending analysis released today reveals boom in spending across hairdressers, accommodation, retail and travel
There was a 10 per cent rise in consumer spending last month, with social activity returning to almost pre-pandemic levels, according to debit card transaction analysis released today.
Spending on social activities, which includes restaurant takeaway and dine-at-home offerings, fast food and takeaway pints, rose 13 per cent compared to April and stood at 1 per cent lower than it was prior to the onset of Covid-19, the figures compiled by Bank of Ireland showed.
Restaurant spending rose...
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