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Reports deliver authoritative
industry sales data far earlier
than government or industry sources.

Would you like the big picture of economic trends that impact your business – far earlier than from “official” sources?

MasterCard SpendingPulse draws from MasterCard’s near-real-time purchase data and processes it through a rigorously proven model that predicts total spend including cash and check payments, delivering a holistic picture of the economy. This accurate sales information is available days, weeks or months ahead of other sources.

SpendingPulse reports are available on a subscription basis.



SpendingPulse figures correlate highly with final government figures as well as individual industry sources.

Disclaimer: SpendingPulse reports and content, including estimated forecasts of spending trends do not in any way contain, reflect or relate to actual MasterCard operational or financial performance, or specific payment-card-issuer data. SpendingPulse reports and content are intended solely as a research tool for informational purposes and not as investment advice or recommendations for any particular action or investment.

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Press Releases and Media

Back to School Shopping Impact on Retail Sales

Tracking the Decline in Hong Kong Retail Spending

Sarah Quinlan discusses the SpendingPulse March report for the UK on Bloomberg.

Sarah discusses the reasons behind the slowing retail sales in the U.K. in February on CNBC.


Interview with Mike Eppel, Senior Business Editor at 680News Radio in Toronto