US Insights
Apple credit card interest wanes

Just 24% of US consumers expressed interest in the Apple Credit Card last month.

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Coronavirus closures hit the mall

Retailers taking the biggest hit from COVID-19 are largely based in the mall.

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Measuring the impact of the coronavirus on China’s consumption

Kantar’s nationwide consumer survey on their changing behaviour and attitude during outbreak.

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Examining the Chinese public's awareness and reaction to the coronavirus

Warning of ‘human-to-human transmission’ of COVID19 effectively triggers massive public self-protection.

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Epidemic impact on consumer purchase behavior

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak has some similarities to SARS in 2003.

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