Tuesday, April 14, 2020

 
E-Commerce ad spend and revenue remain above levels seen pre-COVID-19. 
Food/Drink subscription ad spend and revenue continues to accelerate well above pre-COVID-19 levels. 
Services and Travel ad spend and revenue remains well below pre=COVID-19 levels.
 
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Monday, April 13, 2020

 

E-Commerce revenue and ad spend continue to trend above pre-COVID levels
Food/Drink subscription continues to see massive revenue growth with ad spend trending even higher
Services and Travel are still well below pre-COVID levels
 

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Thursday, April 9, 2020

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E-Commerce revenue and ad spend are still above pre-COVID levels but spend is lagging revenue 
Food/Drink subscription revenue and ad spend continue to see huge growth
Services and Travel continue to see revenue and ad spend well below pre-COVID levels
 
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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

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E-Commerce is down from its post-COVID peak but still above normalize benchmark
Food/Drink subscription has also peaked but maintain position well above pre-COVID levels
Services and Travel continue to show weakness
 
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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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E-Commerce is above pre-COVID levels, continues to show resiliency
Food/Drink subscription is off its peak but still well above pre-COVID levels
Services and Travel continue to be the most impacted verticals

 

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Monday, April 6, 2020

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E-Commerce continues to show upward movement
Food/Drink subscription is hugely above pre-COVID levels. Shows no signs of letting up.
Services and Travel continue to show weakness
 
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Friday, April 3, 2020

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E-Commerce is showing some uptick after a downward spike.
Food/Drink subscription services continues its upward trend.
Services continues to trend down.
Travel continues to trend down.
 
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Thursday April 2, 2020

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Travel is showing more uptick.
Food/Drink subscription services continues its upward trend.
E-Commerce continues to trend down.
Services is still down.
 
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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Travel is showing a slight uptick since yesterday.
Food/Drink subscription services continues its upward trend.
E-Commerce is trending down.
Services is still down.
 
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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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Travel is trending back down.
Food/Drink subscription services is up since yesterday.
E-Commerce is still at pre-COVID levels.
Services is down since yesterday.
 
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Monday, March 30, 2020

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Travel had a significant uptick over the weekend.
Food/Drink subscription services are still fluctuating but staying very high.
E-Commerce is still at pre-COVID levels.
Services were also up over the weekend.
 
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Friday, March 27, 2020

 

Travel is still down, though is showing a slight uptick since yesterday.
Food/Drink subscription services are down since yesterday.
E-Commerce is still holding at pre-COVID levels.
Services are still down, though showing more uptick.
 
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Thursday, March 26, 2020

 

Travel is still down, though is showing a slight uptick since yesterday.
Food/Drink subscription services is up at unprecedented levels.
E-Commerce is still holding at pre-COVID levels.
Services are still down, though showing a slight uptick since yesterday.
 
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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

 

Travel is still down at levels similar to yesterday.
The revenue spike for Food/Drink subscription services is up.
E-Commerce is still holding at pre-COVID levels.
Services are slowly trending down, though showing a lot of variance.
Please note: The "E-Commerce" sector was previously called "Retail"
 

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

 

Travel is down significantly.
The revenue spike continues for Food/Drink subscription services.
Retail is still holding at pre-COVID levels.
Services are slowly trending down, though showing a lot of variance.
 

 

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Monday, March 23, 2020

 

The revenue spike continues for Food/Drink subscription services
- while still high, it's gone down slightly the past couple of days.
Retail is trending slightly up and is currently at pre-COVID levels.
Services are slowly trending down, though showing a lot of variance.
Travel is still down though the downwards trend has stopped for now.
 

 

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Friday, March 20, 2020

 

The immediate effect of the COVID-19 outbreak has been a noticeable spike in the revenue of Food/Drink
subscription services and less pronounced decreases in retail and services. Travel, however, has seen
a significant drop in revenues, resulting both from increased fears of contagion and the implementation
of travel bans across the globe.
 

 

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What the numbers mean

 

How we calculated the data

The graphs above display the mean standardized revenue of companies by industry. Revenues were first standardized for every company in our sample based on the January 15 to February 25 time period, then averaged at an industry-level.

Technical details

Standardized data greatly simplifies comparisons between vastly different companies and industries by showing how they are currently performing compared to their usual baseline.

This procedure takes into account both the variable’s usual mean and standard deviation. As a result, a value of 0 indicates that the current data point is equal to its historical mean, and a value of 1 that the data point is one standard deviation above the mean.

This allows us to easily see whether the current changes in revenues across an industry are within their usual bounds. In particular, the mean daily revenues displayed on the graphs can be expected to fall in the [-1, 1] range 68% of the time and in the [-1.96, 1.96] range 95% of the time. A value which falls outside the latter [-1.96, 1.96] limits can be considered a statistically significant departure from an industry’s pre-Covid-19 performance.