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Irish Consumer Spending falls for fourth month in a row

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Irish Consumer Spending falls for fourth month in a row

Visa has today released its latest Irish Consumer Spending Index which measures expenditure across all payment types (cash, cheques and electronic payments).  The index signalled a renewed downturn in household expenditure in September. At -2...

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