Euro crisis dampens Irish consumer confidence

Irish consumers believe that the worst is over for the Irish economy, but remain profoundly concerned about the euro crisis, and this concern is holding back their spending plans. The latest consum

13th November, 2011

Irish consumers believe that the worst is over for the Irish economy, but remain profoundly concerned about the euro crisis, and this concern is holding back their spending plans.

The latest consumer confidence survey by Red C shows that expectations for the Irish economy have not worsened significantly, but perceptions of the state of the global economy have taken a battering in recent months. However, women are significantly more pessimistic than men about the Irish...

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