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Irish Consumer Sentiment Falls To Its Lowest Point Since December

Irish consumer sentiment has declined in April to its lowest level since December 2017, according to analysis from the KBC Bank Ireland/ The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).

The latest findings fall in line with the see-saw pattern of improving confidence in one month being followed by a decline the following month.

The KBC/ESRI report indicated that limited gains in household finances and high profile layoffs could also have contributed to more downbeat views.

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