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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Savings

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# Forecasts
Davy lowers forecasts for Irish economy
Davy’s research division has revised its forecasts for Irish economic growth down as the global outlook deteriorates.
# Doom and Gloom
Front-loaded budget ‘could push economy to breaking point’
The KBC/ESRI Consumer Sentiment Index is virtually unchanged, but shows a worrying emerging trend in the medium term.
# Northern Rock
British government-owned bank selling Irish arm... to Irish government-owned bank
British-owned Northern Rock is selling its Irish operation to Permanent TSB – which is almost totally owned by the Irish government.
# Consumerism
Summer sales fail to bring out the shoppers
KBC says consumer sentiment fell in July, despite aggressive price cuts by retailers, with shoppers fearing for the future.
# Savings
Hopes for recovery take a blow as Irish consumers increase savings
The Nationwide/ESRI savings index shows a significant increase in the amount of cash that worried consumers are keeping aside.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Friday
In Friday’s Fix: The ups and downs of the markets, Jedward as you’ve never seen them, rhinos on a running track, and the saddest film scene ever…
# Commute
Car-sharing scheme could save 50 per cent of commuting costs
A new website has been launched which will enable people to car-share for a variety of events, saving on petrol, tolls etc…
# Your Say
Poll: Have you taken your money out of Ireland's banks?
An Post is gaining a bigger share of Ireland’s savings market as savers move their money from banks. Have you?
# Every Cloud...
An Post benefits from the troubles in Ireland's banks
The semi-state company has taken in over €5 billion in savings deposits since the economic crisis began.
# Your Say
Poll: Should we take Michael Noonan's advice and spend spend spend?
The Finance Minister wants Irish people to loosen the pursestrings to get the economy moving. Will you be breaking out your savings (if you have some)?
# Good News
People under 50 'more positive towards saving'
People saving money for eduction and unexpected expenses, a new survey has found.
# Economy
Almost half of people save regularly
Despite half of people saving regularly, many feel they cannot save enough.