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Electronic Card Transactions: October 2012


Electronic Card Transactions: October 2012 key facts

Changes in the seasonally adjusted value of transactions (compared with September 2012) were:
• Total electronic card transactions rose 0.4 percent.
• Transactions in the retail industries rose 0.4 percent.
• Transactions in the core retail industries rose 0.2 percent.
• Fuel had the largest rise of any industry, up 1.6 percent ($11 million).

The actual (unadjusted) value of transactions in the core retail series was up 1.0 percent from October 2011.

Attached is information about the statistics released today.

Media release (pdf) Information release (pdf) Tables (xls)

(See attached file: ElectronicCardTransactionsOct12MR.pdf)(See attached file: ElectronicCardTransactionsOct12.pdf)(See attached file: ect-oct12-tables.xls)

ElectronicCardTransactionsOct12MR.pdf

ElectronicCardTransactionsOct12.pdf

ectoct12tables.xls

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