Pocketbook Consumer Spending Series

Every month we release the most up-to-date report & research on the spending of Australians.

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Reports

2014 October Australia’s love affair with Apple continues –big spike in offline and online retail spending in light of iPhone 6 launch.
2014 September Fast fashion quickly becomes local retail staple, taking share away from Myer and David Jones.
2014 August Consumers unwind from EOFY spending as MH17 affect Malaysia Air more than MH370
2014 July Foxtel on notice. Netflix already capturing huge slice of Australian market share prior to its official launch
2014 June Sydney siders paying more for trains, Opal card spending higher than Myki in Melbourne
2014 May H&M and Uniqlo leapfrog Aussie brands, Australians spend on family time during long weekends
2014 April Autumn brings windfall for fashion retailers, flight MH370 costs Malaysia Air sales
2014 March Australians continue to spend less, with a muted Valentines Day
2014 February Australians tighten up following Christmas splurge
 

About Pocketbook Consumer Spending Series

Pocketbook's Australian Consumer Spending Series is a series of monthly reports on Australian consumer spending based on the Pocketbook ApolloTM consumer-spending dataset with de-identified and anonymised spending data. These reports are intended to be the most timely indicator of consumer spending across Australia.

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