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Irish consumer sentiment rises for second month in a row

UPDATE: Irish consumer sentiment recorded a "small and surprising" improvement in November, suggesting consumers may think they are prepared for the budget, a new survey has said.

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Irish consumer sentiment record a "small and surprising" improvement in November

Irish consumer sentiment recorded a "small and surprising" improvement in November, suggesting consumers may think they are prepared for the budget, a new survey has said.

The KBC Bank Ireland/ESRI consumer sentiment index rose to 63.8 from 60.9 in October, the second successive monthly gain following a sharp decline in September.

The improvement in sentiment mirrors that in the US and Britain and suggests that consumers are less fearful about what the budget will bring than...

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