Consumer Pulse Wave 6

The proportion of consumers in Hong Kong who said their household incomes were negatively impacted by COVID-19 increased to 71% from 68% in the prior survey.

Five percent of the respondents expected their household incomes will be negatively impacted in the future, versus 4% in the previous survey.

Respondents that lost their jobs due to the pandemic increased to 21% from 16%month-over-month.

Respondents that had working hours reduced due to COVID-19 increased to 60% from 55% in the last survey wave.

A high proportion (89%) of respondents continued to find self-credit monitoring important during the pandemic.

A significant, but smaller, proportion of respondents (32%) did not know their credit scores.

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