Irish Consumer Sentiment

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

Irish Consumer sentiment improves again in January but feelgood still absent

05 February 2020

Irish consumer sentiment reaches six month high but still sharply lower than in January 2019 or average level of past five years continue reading

Irish Consumer concerns ease further in December

10 January 2020

First back to back monthly gains in consumer sentiment index in four years continue reading

Consumer Sentiment Special Report on Personal Well-being

20 December 2019

Is the Irish economy delivering wealth, well-being or worry? continue reading

Brexit delay eases Irish consumer concerns and suggests scope for stronger Christmas spend

03 December 2019

Irish consumer sentiment records first significant gain since May continue reading

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