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Irish consumer sentiment bounced back last month, according to the latest results from the consumer sentiment index by KBC Bank Ireland and the ESRI.

11th August, 2012
Irish consumer sentiment is getting stronger.

Consumer sentiment rises in Ireland

Irish consumer sentiment bounced back last month, according to the latest results from the consumer sentiment index by KBC Bank Ireland and the ESRI.

The index rose from 62.3 in June to 67.7 in July, its strongest level since June 2010. According to a statement from KBC and the ESRI, the latest figures suggest the confidence seen through the first half of 2012 is being sustained.

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