The level of people thinking they do not save enough as they should rose by more than 11 per cent

Growing anxiety about the global economy due to Brexit and the recent election of Donald Trump in the US had a big impact on consumers with the number(...)

The number of people saving increased in January by 13%  in the under-50s age group, and 3%  among the over-50s

Irish attitudes towards saving money improved in January following the pressures of Christmas spending and an increase in positivity about consumers’(...)

The under-50s age group was more likely to feel negatively about their ability to save in December

Irish consumers continued to save for unexpected events last month despite the pressures of the Christmas period, new figures show. The Nationwide UK(...)

Brendan Synnott, managing director of Nationwide UK (Ireland): “I always shop around, whether in person or on the internet.” Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Are you a saver or a spender? Given that I am the managing director of a company that provides retail savings accounts in Ireland, I would have to sa(...)

The index revealed there was a drop in the level of under-50s who felt good about the amount they can save

A rise in the number of under-50s who believe it is a good time to save has been linked to uncertainty over Tuesday’s budget, rising house prices and(...)

Among those aged under 50, there was a drop of more than 30 per cent in support for Government policies on saving

Irish consumers are more reluctant to save than at any time in the past 17 months due to dissatisfaction with Government policies and concern over the(...)

The savings index dropped to 103 points in June, its lowest reading since October 2014 and down 16 points versus May

Rising property prices and higher rents are making it increasingly difficult for young people to save money, a new survey shows. The Nationwide UK (I(...)

The level of people who felt it was a good time to save fell in May to its lowest point since December 2015. Photo: Bloomberg

The level of people who felt it was a good time to save fell in May to its lowest point since December 2015, according to the Nationwide UK (Ireland) (...)

Overall savings index recorded its biggest drop in six months in April. Photograph: PA

Consumer sentiment on saving money dipped in April to its lowest level in six months, coinciding with protracted efforts at government formation. Wh(...)

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(...)

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