Irish Consumer Confidence Down Again

It's the second month in a row confidence has fallen.

For the second month in a row Irish consumer confidence is down with many households concerned about the continued increase in living and fuel costs.

According to the March Credit Union Consumer Sentiment Survey consumers feel the economic outlook remains extremely uncertain.

Economist Austin Hughes says there will only be an improvement when prices ease.

Looking at today's Currency Markets, €1 buys you £0.85 and €1.08.

While the ISEQ Index of Irish Shares is at 9,816, up 0.08% since the opening.

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