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Consumers begin slow journey to confidence

Consumer confidence has improved slightly in the past three months, continuing a slow but steady recovery since the depths of the recession, according to new research.

9th July, 2011

Consumer confidence has improved slightly in the past three months, continuing a slow but steady recovery since the depths of the recession, according to new research.

The latest quarterly consumer confidence survey from polling firm Red C shows that expectations for the Irish economy have improved, while spending has increased slightly. Almost one in four people now expect the economy to improve, while slightly more people expect no change.

There has been a small increase...

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