Irish consumer confidence unchanged

November 2006
Market: Europe;Nov2006, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p3
The article reports on the results of a consumer confidence survey in Ireland. The survey was released October 7, 2006. According to the survey, only one out of every five respondents felt that the unemployment rate would decline during the next 12 months. The consumer sentiment index was unchanged in October 2006 at 86.7 compared with September 2006 at 86.5. The results are posted on the FinFacts website and attributed to a joint study effort by the Irish Economic and Social Research Institute.


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