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美国转帐卡市场数据回顾(2020年版)

2020 Annual U.S. Debit Card Market Data Review

出版商 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品编码 941567
出版日期 内容资讯 英文 16 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2个工作天内
价格
美国转帐卡市场数据回顾(2020年版) 2020 Annual U.S. Debit Card Market Data Review
出版日期: 2020年06月08日内容资讯: 英文 16 Pages
简介

在美国,2019年转帐卡的趋势非常活跃并强劲增长,经济受到全球新冠状病毒感染大流行的影响,转帐卡的未来增长将非常重要。

该报告调查了美国转帐卡市场,并提供了有关市场趋势,增长预测,新的冠状病毒感染对传统转帐卡的影响以及非接触式支付的信息。

本报告中提到的公司:亚马逊,万事达卡,VISA卡等。

报告要点

  • 回顾过去几年转帐卡交易和美元交易的增长趋势
  • 鉴于 "U" 型复苏和长期衰退,到2022年借方增长的预测
  • 对传统支付方式的普遍影响对远程渠道上的借记规范,对非接触式支付的兴趣具有积极的潜力
  • ATM在大流行期间扮演的角色
  • 关于发卡机构现在可以采取哪些措施来帮助转帐卡持卡人的建议:即时发卡选项,促销数字支持应用程序(如卡控制)以及与他们当前需求最相关的借记奖励更改。
目录

What the future may hold for debit card issuers and cardholders in the U.S.

Mercator Advisory Group releases new research reviewing and forecasting activity in the U.S. debit card market.

Debit card activity in the United States was very brisk in 2019, posting strong growth, but the future growth of debit cards and how they will be used will change materially as the economy is altered by the impacts of the global novel coronavirus pandemic. Mercator Advisory Group's latest research report, 2020 Annual U.S. Debit Card Market Data Review, presents data on how the market was progressing and what the future may hold for debit card issuers and cardholders.

"Use of debit cards now and in the near term will be slowed the most by historically high unemployment, which affects typical debit card users, who make less than $75,000 annually on average, and by the closure of all but essential retailers. Offsetting this is the trend seen in the past of consumers favoring debit during recessionary periods," commented Sarah Grotta, Director, Debit and Alternative Products Advisory Service at Mercator Advisory Group, author of the report.

This research report is 16 pages long and has 9 exhibits.

Companies mentioned in this report include: Amazon, Mastercard, and Visa.

One of the exhibits included in this report:

Highlights of the report include:

  • Review of debit card transaction and dollar volume growth trends in past years.
  • Forecasts of debit growth through 2022 in light of a brisk "U"-shaped recovery or an extended recessionary period.
  • Discussion of how the pandemic has is jolting and shaking loose old payment habits and is likely to be positive for the use of debit in remote channels and create interest in contactless payments.
  • The role that ATMs have played during the pandemic.
  • Suggestions for what issuers can do to help debit cardholders now, including options for instant issue, promotion of digital support apps like card controls, and altering debit rewards to be most relevant to current needs.