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Ireland - Exchange Rate

Available data suggests that the economy lost pace again in the third quarter. While industrial activity rebounded in Q3, both the manufacturing and services PMI lost ground compared to Q2, suggesting business activity could have weakened in the quarter. Moreover, retails sales growth eased amid a continued fall in consumer sentiment, likely reflecting softer household consumption in the period. Going forward, indicators for October paint a mixed picture for the onset of the fourth quarter: The economic sentiment indicator slumped to an over six-year low; consumer confidence soured further as Brexit uncertainties weighed on the outlook for household spending; while the services PMI sank to an over seven-year low. That said, the manufacturing PMI rose in the same month and returned to positive territory for the first time since May, on the back of an increase in new business, renewed output growth and faster job creation.

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Ireland Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Ireland Facts

Bond Yield-0.330.27 %Sep 04
Exchange Rate1.100.65 %Sep 04
Stock Market5,962-0.39 %Sep 04

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