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Debit and credit card transactions for travel and entertainment, substantially curtailed early on by the coronavirus pandemic, have increasingly shown slow and steady improvements, PSCU said in its latest weekly consumer payments snapshot.

Comparing the week ending Aug. 9, 2020, with the same time last year, PSCU indicated that “debit saw the strongest uptick in Week 32, with travel increasing by 11.4 percentage points to finish down 19.1% and entertainment increasing by 9.1 percentage points to finish down 28.7%.”

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