Consumers significantly less risk averse to investments
Study suggests level of financial confidence returning to market
Almost three-quarters of consumers are open to some level of investment risk, according to a study of attitudes towards risk and financial health.
The study’s findings pointed to a marked decline in the level of risk aversion among Irish consumers, and suggested a level of financial confidence returning to the investment market.
According to the study, which was conducted by market research firm Behaviour and Attitudes on behalf of Friends First, the number...
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