Ireland: Consumer confidence falls in November

The KBC Bank Ireland/ESRI Consumer Sentiment index fell 5.2 points over the previous month to 71.0 points in November, which was below the six and a half year high recorded in October. According to the survey report, “the Irish economic recovery now emerging is still tentative and many consumers are severely cash constrained. While they sense the broader economy is improving, that isn’t translating into any immediate easing in the pressures they face.”

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