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  1. Savings - Ireland - January 2014

    “Although the appetite to save is clearly evident among Irish consumers, there are practical and motivational barriers to increased savings behaviour by consumers. Some simply cannot afford to save, while others have little option but to prioritise personal debt reduction. Furthermore, with ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2014
    Ireland
  2. Current Accounts - Ireland - December 2013

    “The current account market, in particular that of RoI, suffers from a lack of competition, with Irish consumers recognising this. Reluctance to switch current account providers may have more to do with the inconvenience of the process rather than brand loyalty. Moving forward, new legislation to ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2013
    Ireland
  3. Personal Loans - Ireland - September 2013

    “The value of the personal loans market continues to decline as consumers shy away from debt products, preferring to save for the things they need and want. While economic and employment conditions are set to improve in Ireland, it will likely be many years before pre-recessionary levels of demand ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2013
    Ireland
  4. Online and Mobile Banking - Ireland - September 2013

    “Usage of mobile banking will continue to grow in Ireland as consumers become accustomed to performing banking activities at a time and place that suits them; while banks continue to move towards a more mobile and self-service business model. Going forward mobile banking providers could consider ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2013
    Ireland
  5. Credit Products - Ireland - August 2013

    “Having peaked in 2008, the value of credit card transactions in Ireland has declined every year since. In 2012, the total value of transactions was precisely 25% down on the level seen in 2008. Although this is partly due to dramatically reduced consumer spending, there has been a noticeable ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2013
    Ireland
  6. Insurance - Ireland - May 2013

    “Although ownership levels among Irish consumers of almost all major forms of insurance cover have remained fairly static over the past year despite the extreme financial pressures facing most Irish consumers, there is no guarantee that this will remain the case indefinitely. Many consumers – ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2013
    Ireland
  7. Online and Mobile Retailing - Ireland - March 2013

    “Online and mobile retailing will continue to grow as an industry due to Irish consumers increasingly purchasing goods and services via these mediums to save money. As such, these channels will become ever more crucial to the success of retailers throughout Ireland.”

    - James Wilson, Research Analyst

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    Consumer Report
    March 2013
    Ireland
  8. Mortgages - Ireland - March 2013

    Although the Irish mortgage market has been hit hard by the events of recent years, there are signs that the market is beginning to show some more positive signs of activity – though nothing like the level reached during the economic boom years. This is due primarily to the growing sense that ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2013
    Ireland
  9. Savings - Ireland - January 2013

    “The cost of living continues to increase, household debt is still quite high and interest remains low; but despite all this, Irish consumers are still making frequent deposits into their savings accounts. Moving forward the value of the savings market will continue to grow as more Irish consumers ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2013
    Ireland
  10. Personal Loans - Ireland - November 2012

    As with other facets of the finance market, the personal loan market in Ireland was hugely disrupted by the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent economic downturn. Aside from the sharp decline in the number of suppliers, lending criteria were severely tightened as lenders sought to protect ...

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    £1,095.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2012
    Ireland
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