Irish savers at their most positive in five years
Sentiment among Irish savers was at its most positive in five years in September with just 7.7 per cent saying it was a bad time to save, a new survey shows
Sentiment among Irish savers was at its most positive in five years in September with just 7.7 per cent saying it was a bad time to save, a new survey shows.
The Nationwide UK (Ireland)/ESRI Savings Index, which measures overall sentiment towards saving, increased to 129 in September from 114 in August, the highest level recorded by the index since it began in January 2010.
“Significantly, those in the under 50 age group, often with ongoing costs such...
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