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# Consumer Confidence

All time
Pace of recovery in Irish manufacturing slips as spike in Covid-19 cases 'rattles' business sentiment in August
Opinion: How you see the Irish economy depends on if you're a glass half-full or half-empty kind of person
Victor Duggan
Christmas spending: We're not in 'panic mode' but Brexit is putting the brakes on plans to splash the cash
Irish consumer confidence hits highest level since recession
Here is the brand that Irish customers have the best experience with
The crisis in Greece has the people of Ireland shaking a bit
'Things are more likely to be getting worse than better for consumers'
Poll: How will your Christmas spend compare to last year?
'Rising consumer confidence' prompts CPM to recruit for 300 new jobs
Do strong coffee sales mean the economy is getting better?
Did the elections cause a nosedive in how good we're feeling about the economy?
Irish consumer confidence hits seven year high*
Irish consumer confidence at a six year high, says survey
People buying fewer frozen burgers after horse meat scandal
Tesco blames property tax for fall in Irish sales
Consumers 'weathering the storm' as experts predict recession is bottoming out
Consumer confidence rises slightly in March
Consumer spending power to stabilise this year, improve in 2014
Retail sales up in last three months of 2012
Irish consumer confidence rose in November
Budget 2013: As speculation mounts, retailers say their business is suffering
Retail sales up for the third month in a row
Consumer confidence up in June
6 incredibly fiendish tricks to make you buy stuff
Central Bank paper suggests house prices have 'over-corrected'
Sales might start next week... BEFORE Christmas
Footfall increases slightly, but shoppers not spending more
Public not going out to spend as retail sales drop 2.1 per cent
Consumer sentiment slips back to February levels
Japanese consumer confidence dives to record low, Nikkei falls
Take 5: Friday
ECB leaves interest rates unchanged at 1 per cent - for now
Consumer confidence stays near 17-month low
Business expects modest growth, while confidence remains lower
Things can only get better
Cost of doing business in Ireland goes down
Footfall Fell in Ireland
Insurers: still no confidence to spend