Irish Consumer Sentiment

Are living costs now rising rapidly for many Irish consumers?

17 September 2020

Analysis by Shawn Britton, Economist continue reading

Irish consumer sentiment slips back slightly in August

24 August 2020

Decline follows three straight increases after April’s Covid-related collapse continue reading

Consumer sentiment survey shows Covid-19 has prompted major shifts in holiday plans in 2020

23 July 2020

Over half of Irish consumers will not take their usual holiday abroad in 2020 continue reading

Mixed signs in marginal rise in Irish consumer sentiment in July

20 July 2020

3rd monthly improvement in confidence has now retraced about half of pandemic driven decline continue reading

Irish consumer sentiment recovers further in June

24 June 2020

Confidence improves solidly for a second month after Covid-19 related collapse continue reading

Improvement in Irish consumer sentiment a small light in a dark tunnel?

20 May 2020

Consumer confidence improves somewhat in May after collapsing in April continue reading

Weathering the storm

24 April 2020

What the consumer sentiment survey suggests about differences in Irish households’ capacity to handle the financial costs of Covid-19 continue reading

Irish consumer sentiment weakens sharply but not surprisingly in April

16 April 2020

Monthly confidence drop the largest in survey’s twenty four year history continue reading

Coronavirus concerns weigh on Irish consumer sentiment and argue for bold policy response

20 March 2020

Sentiment falls significantly in March on weakening outlook for Irish economy and household finances continue reading

Subdued sentiment hints at recovery that over-promised and under-delivered

27 February 2020

Marginal fall in Consumer sentiment signals largely unchanged mood in February continue reading

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