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The saving trend remains strong, particularly among those aged up to 35, according to Niall O'Grady, general manager with Permanent TSB.

8th September, 2012
Niall O'Grady, general manager with Permanent TSB.

The saving trend remains strong, particularly among those aged up to 35, according to Niall O'Grady, general manager with Permanent TSB.

"It is more of a priority for people in that age category to save regularly," O'Grady said. "Before, they would have taken out a mortgage or term loan and would be making repayments on those; now these customers are saving towards a deposit for a property or waiting for the market to bottom out. In...

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