Irish consumer sentiment recovered in September after August’s modest decline, signalling that confidence among Irish households remains on a positive if somewhat uneven path. While the monthly increase in the sentiment index of 2.9 points was not particularly large, it was sufficient to push the September sentiment survey to its strongest level since February 2016.
Research Area:Macroeconomics Date of Publication: October 6, 2017 Publisher: KBC Bank/ESRI Place of Publication: Dublin
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