Further Increase in Consumer Outlook for the Irish Economy

Published by: Jimmy Larsen


The latest RED C Consumer Mood Monitor from January 2018 shows a further increase in consumer outlook for the Irish Economy. More than half now believe that the economy will fare better in the next 6 months while only than 1 in 10 believe the economy will fare worse.


Outlook for the World Economy has also improved. But Brexit continues to be a significant concern among Irish consumers with 4 in 5 being worried that Brexit will have a negative impact on Ireland’s economy.


Despite the favourable economic outlook, consumers do not expect significant changes in their disposable income. But spend intention is up for holidays and shorter trips with 1 in 3 expecting to increase holiday spend in the next 6 months.


Download the full report on the lastest RED C Consumer Mood Monitor here:

RED C Consumer Mood Monitor – January 2018