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  • Stock piling of items during coronavirus COVID-19 Philippines 2020, by gender
    on 26. May 2020 at 11:06

    As of April 2020, 72 percent of the male and 63 percent of the female respondents stated not engaging in panic buying during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in a survey conducted by Rakuten Insight in the Philippines. In that month, 64 percent of households had a member who lost their job due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).

  • Stock piling of items during coronavirus COVID-19 Philippines 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 11:05

    As of April 2020, 66 percent of the surveyed respondents stated not engaging in panic buying during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic according to a survey conducted by Rakuten Insight in the Philippines. In that month, 64 percent of households had a member who lost their job due to the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).

  • Business expectancy to survive without revenue due to COVID-19 in South Africa 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 9:18

    Eight out of ten businesses in South Africa predicted in April 2020 they could survive up to three months, if the coronavirus would leave them without any form of revenue. This based on response to a survey which asked companies from various industries on the impact of COVID-19. For roughly 30 percent of businesses, the situation was already tense as they said they could survive for maximum one month without any turnover. Furthermore, over half of the respondents said to survive for one to three months without any incoming financial resources, whereas just 6.7 percent mentioned to survive for longer than three months without any turnover.

  • Change in price of business supplies due to COVID-19 in South Africa in 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 9:09

    In terms of prices of supplies, roughly one third of businesses in South Africa indicated that prices had increased more than normal during the coronavirus pandemic. This according to answers they provided in an April 2020 survey. Responses were mixed, however, as nearly 20 percent said to see no change in the prices of supplies, whereas just 1.4 percent of businesses saw that prices decreased more than normal.

  • Business impact of COVID-19 in terms of import and export in South Africa 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 9:03

    In terms of importing and exporting goods and services, the coronavirus pandemic impacted one third of South African businesses. This based of the results of an April 2020 survey. 38 percent of businesses that responded to this survey indicated to see an effect in import, whereas 32.3 percent for the export of goods and services. Roughly three percent, on the other hand, was not affected by COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent the virus from spreading too fast.

  • Coronavirus workforce measures of businesses in South Africa in 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 8:57

    Laying off workers in the short term was the most common workforce measure that businesses in South Africa implemented as a response to the coronavirus. This according to a survey in April 2020. Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown in South Africa, businesses implemented various workforce measures to lower the economic impact. According to this survey, approximately 35 percent indicated to lay off staff in the short term, whereas 24.9 percent implemented a decrease in working hours. Roughly 20 percent, on the other hand, said no measures have been taken.

  • Types of face masks worn during the coronavirus pandemic in the UK 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 8:36

    In May 2020, a survey carried out in the United Kingdom found that 30 percent of respondents who had worn a face mask outside during the coronavirus pandemic wore a medical mask that they had bought. Furthermore, 26 percent had been wearing a home made cloth mask, while 23 percent wore a cloth face mask that they purchased. The latest number of cases in the UK can be found here. For further information about the coronavirus pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Issues experienced while a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic in the UK 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 8:36

    In May 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic, 39 percent of survey respondents in the UK reported when they wore a face mask it steamed up their eyewear/glasses, with the same share of respondents said they experienced feeling too hot when wearing a face mask. On the other hand, 17 percent reported no issues when wearing a face mask. The latest number of cases in the UK can be found here. For further information about the coronavirus pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Feelings experienced while a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic in the UK 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 8:35

    As of May 17, 2020, 32 percent of survey respondents in the United Kingdom said that they felt better protected when they wore a face mask, with a further 51 percent quite reporting they felt somewhat protected. Furthermore, 22 percent reported that it felt very much normal when wearing a face mask, although 33 percent felt somewhat self-conscious. The latest number of cases in the UK can be found here. For further information about the coronavirus pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Impact of COVID-19 on business turnover range of various industries South Africa 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 7:49

    Nearly nine of ten businesses spread across various industries in South Africa reported a turnover that was lower than their normal range in April 2020. This according to a survey conducted on the economic impact of the coronavirus in South Africa. Results varied per industry. 94.4 percent of businesses within the mining and quarrying industry, for example, said they saw they turnover decline, whereas companies active in real estate and other business services were more likely to report a turnover that was within the normal range.

  • Share of remote workers in Russia April 2020, by qualification
    on 26. May 2020 at 7:12

    The survey results from April 2020 revealed that approximately one half of employees holding a university degree in Russia and working in the private sector transferred to the remote work mode during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to some extent. One fifth of servants without a higher education, such as secretaries or clerks, could not work during the self-isolation period.

  • Mortality rate from COVID-19 in Ukraine as of May 2020, by region
    on 26. May 2020 at 7:03

    As of May 8, 2020, the highest average mortality rate from the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ukraine was recorded at 8.7 percent in the Chernivtsi Oblast, which also had the largest number of disease cases in the country. The average COVID-19 death rate across Ukraine was measured at 2.5 percent as of that date. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Satisfaction with distance learning in Russia 2020, by level
    on 26. May 2020 at 6:56

    In May 2020, 44 percent of Russian parents of graduating students of schools, gymnasia, and lyceums were fully or rather satisfied with the organization of distance learning in educational institutions attended by their children. The level of satisfaction with remote learning among university students in Russia was measured at 72 percent. The switch to distance education was one of the measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country.

  • Public attitude towards working remotely in Russia April 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 6:43

    In April 2020, 36 percent of Russians who fully or partially worked from home expressed their positive attitude towards this employment mode. However, the majority of respondents found more disadvantages in remote work, such as difficulties to concentrate or maintain the work-life balance.

  • Services first used for remote work during COVID-19 in Russia 2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 6:33

    During the self-isolation period due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, 36 percent of Russian internet users reported employing services for group calls and streams via the internet for the first time as of April 2020. Furthermore, over 30 percent of survey respondents stated that they first used cloud services while working remotely during this period.

  • Survey on summer vacation plans of Russians 2012-2020
    on 26. May 2020 at 6:21

    Over 60 percent of Russians planned to spend summer at home in 2020, showing the highest share of respondents submitting that answer over the observed period. Over 30 percent of survey participants expected to stay at their dachas, or summer houses during the summer, up from 26 percent in the previous year.

  • COVID-19 impact on Romanian counties 2020, by GDP change
    on 25. May 2020 at 18:01

    The coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic was reflected on the Romanian counties' change in GDP. The GDP forecast for the second quarter of 2020 was expected to be negative in all 40 counties in Romania and the city of Bucharest. The least affected counties were Calarasi and Vaslui, with a GDP forecast of slightly above -11 percent for the second quarter of 2020. On the other hand, the highest impact was predicted in Ilfov. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Most affected industries by the COVID-19 epidemic in Romania 2020, by GDP change
    on 25. May 2020 at 17:58

    The only industries that registered a positive change in the GDP in the 2nd quarter of 2020 compared to the 1st quarter, were health services, information and communication, and public administration and defense. In contrast, the most affected industry by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Romania was tourism and hospitality, followed by culture, arts and other services. By the 2nd quarter of 2020, both industries registered a negative change in GDP of more than 50 percent. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Price, money and credit indices in Romania, including COVID-19 impact 2019-2020
    on 25. May 2020 at 17:54

    Non-governmental loans decreased from 7.6 percent in February to 6.9 percent in March, while non-governmental deposits increased by 3.3 percent in March compared to the previous month. Nevertheless, the CPI maintained the value of 3.1 percent for both February and March 2020. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Labor market indices in Romania, including COVID-19 impact 2019-2020
    on 25. May 2020 at 17:50

    Labor market indicators have been impacted since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Romania. By March 2020, all three indicators recorded their lowest values in the last six months. The unemployment rate increased from 3.9 percent in February to 4.6 percent in March 2020. Moreover, net wages decreased with 2.1 percent in March compared to the previous month. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Main confidence indices in Romania, including COVID-19 impact 2019-2020
    on 25. May 2020 at 17:48

    Confidence indicators have been severely affected since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Romania. The first drops were reported in March 2020. By April 2020, all three indicators recorded their lowest drops in the last six months. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • Main macroeconomic indicators in Romania, including COVID-19 impact 2019-2020
    on 25. May 2020 at 17:44

    Apart from wholesale trade, all main economic indicators have been severely affected in March 2020 because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in Romania. The households' consumption index dropped from 10.7 percent in February to -18.1 percent in March. The lowest drop was recorded for the services provided to the population which went from 9.8 percent to -40.4 percent in March 2020. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

  • U.S. dollar to Swedish kronor monthly exchange rate 2018-2020
    on 25. May 2020 at 16:11

    The average monthly exchange rate of U.S. dollar (USD) to Swedish kronor (SEK) increased steeply during the first months of 2020. By December 2019, the exchange rate of one U.S. dollar was around 9.44 Swedish kronor, and by April 2020, it had increased to equal 10.02 Swedish kronor.

  • State share in feeding people during COVID-19 pandemic in India 2020 by top state/UT
    on 25. May 2020 at 15:42

    In Bihar, Lakshadweep, and Manipur, the administrative government provided 100 percent of food to the people who were left high and dry due to the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and even to the poor people who lost their livelihood. In all, 8.4 million people were provided with free meals across India, out of which 5.4 million meals were provided by the different state governments. The government also made provisions to ensure that NGOs and charitable organizations have an uninterrupted supply of food grains like rice and wheat at open market sales rates. The country went into lockdown on March 25, 2020, the largest in the world, restricting 1.3 billion people. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Fact and Figures page.

  • NGO share in feeding people during COVID-19 pandemic in India 2020 by top state/UT
    on 25. May 2020 at 15:41

    In the state of Kerala and Telangana,non-governmental organizations provided 100 percent of food to the people who were left high and dry due to the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and even to the poor people who lost their livelihood. NGOs in nine states and union territories provided food to more than 75 percent of the needy people. In all, there were 13 states and union territories in which the NGOs outperformed the administrative governments in the act of feeding the necessary people. The government made provisions to ensure that NGOs and charitable organizations have an uninterrupted supply of food grains like rice and wheat at open market sales rates. The country went into lockdown on March 25, 2020, the largest in the world, restricting 1.3 billion people. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Fact and Figures page.

  • CET1 ratio of Germany's largest banks Q4 2019
    on 25. May 2020 at 15:29

    Capital ratios express a bank’s capital as a percentage of its risk-weighted assets (RWAs). Capital requirements for European banks were raised after the Basel III accord and phased in on the 1st of January 2015, with a new minimum requirement of CET1 ratio of 4.5 percent. Germany's three largest banks have all continued to meet the minimum requirement up to the 4th quarter of 2019.

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