Spending among over-65s up 20% as Covid-19 jabs bolster consumer confidence
An AIB report found that the overall card spend was up 14 per cent in March
The latest edition of the AIB Spend Trend report has noted that improvements in the weather and the continued vaccine roll-out have positively impacted consumer confidence.
Spending among the over-65s, many of whom are being offered or have already been offered Covid-19 vaccinations, experienced the largest boost in the month of March, increasing 20 per cent month-on-month.
Overall spending increased 14 per cent in the month of March, while there was a 9 per cent...
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