A barometer than measures Irish people’s attitudes to saving rose to its highest level in March. The Nationwide UK (Ireland) savings index was buoyed(...)

More younger people said government policy was encouraging savings, according to the Nationwide UK (Ireland)/ESRI Savings Index

Consumers felt more optimistic about the Government’s policies on saving in the run-up to the general election than at any point since November 2011,(...)

Irish consumers were more positive about saving in November, with the number of people who feel they are saving the right amount on the rise, accordin(...)

According to the survey, 21.6 per cent of respondents said they weren’t saving enough, as against 13.5 per cent a month earlier

As the run-up to Christmas gets underway Irish consumers have little interest in putting money aside for a rainy day, a new survey shows. The latest N(...)

The latest survey shows that now is not the time to be robbing the piggy bank

Consumers are feeling increasingly happy about the amount of money they are putting away for a rainy day, according to a new survey. The latest(...)

The number of people who are putting money aside for a rainy day increased in July, despite a decline in the sentiment towards saving.

The number of people who are putting money aside for a rainy day increased in July, despite a decline in the sentiment towards saving. The proportion(...)

The index  shows that the share of respondents who said they would use any surplus funds to pay off debts remained steady at 40 per cent in March

Irish consumers are putting more money away for a rainy day with many believing that now is a good time to save, a new survey shows.According to the l(...)

The number of people putting money aside for a rainy day fell to its lowest level in 10 months in October, driven by negative consumer sentiment towards water charges. Photo: Bloomberg

The number of people putting money aside for a rainy day fell to its lowest level in 10 months in October, driven by negative consumer sentiment towar(...)

The increase in the proportion of people saving  is driven by those aged under 50 with 41 per cent of this age group now saving regularly compared to 38 per cent last month, according to a new survey.

Ahead of tomorrow’s Budget, consumers say that they are in a better position to save, thank to an improving environment.The Nationwide UK (Ireland) / (...)

As many as 44 per cent of people surveyed about their use of spare cash said they would use any surplus to pay off debts, up 4 per centage points from July

The number of people putting money aside for a rainy day fell in August but most consumers are optimistic about their ability to save more over the co(...)