The Economic Recovery Index<br />An Amárach Research BriefingJuly Index Results<br />© Amárach Research 2009<br />
Timing Recovery<br /> All recessions end in recovery – so will this one<br /> The biggest forecasting challenge is timing:...
A Matter of Measurement<br />Every month we survey a representative sample of 1,000 adults online and ask them to tell us ...
A Matter of Measurement<br />There was a significant increase in the percentage of adults who feel  that the economic situ...
Economic Recovery Index<br />Using the answers to the survey we have created the Economic Recovery Index, which ranges fro...
Other Sentiment Indicators from ERI Survey<br />Percent of adults who agree with each statement: June and July 2009<br />A...
About Amárach<br />Amárach Research is a full service market research agency<br />The questions for the Economic Recovery ...
Amárach Contact Details<br />Gerard O’Neill - ChairmanSylvia Langtree - DirectorAmárach Research11 Kingswood Business Cent...
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The Economic Recovery Index July Results 2009

  1. 1. The Economic Recovery Index<br />An Amárach Research BriefingJuly Index Results<br />© Amárach Research 2009<br />
  2. 2. Timing Recovery<br /> All recessions end in recovery – so will this one<br /> The biggest forecasting challenge is timing: when do we know the recession is over and recovery has started?<br /> Amárach Research has developed the Economic Recovery Index to help us track the economic cycle more closely<br />This report summarises the ERI results for April to July 2009<br />The July fieldwork was conducted on 13th-16th July inclusive<br />Business Cycle Peaks & Troughs<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  3. 3. A Matter of Measurement<br />Every month we survey a representative sample of 1,000 adults online and ask them to tell us which statement ‘best describes the economic situation in Ireland right now’<br /> Each statement corresponds to a different stage in the economic cycle<br />May 2009<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  4. 4. A Matter of Measurement<br />There was a significant increase in the percentage of adults who feel that the economic situation in Ireland has worsened in July<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  5. 5. Economic Recovery Index<br />Using the answers to the survey we have created the Economic Recovery Index, which ranges from 0 to 100 (0 = worsening recession; 100 = back to peak)<br />The ERI improved significantly between April and June, but fell back in July<br />100<br />0<br />April<br />May<br />June<br />July<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  6. 6. Other Sentiment Indicators from ERI Survey<br />Percent of adults who agree with each statement: June and July 2009<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  7. 7. About Amárach<br />Amárach Research is a full service market research agency<br />The questions for the Economic Recovery Index are run on our monthly online omnibus survey of 1,000 adults<br />Keep up with Amárach’s thinking by subscribing to our free fortnightly ezine: ConsumerForesight<br /> More information at:www.amarach.com<br />Check out our blog here:www.amarachresearch.blogspot.com<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />
  8. 8. Amárach Contact Details<br />Gerard O’Neill - ChairmanSylvia Langtree - DirectorAmárach Research11 Kingswood Business CentreCitywest Business Campus<br />Dublin 24<br />T. (01) 410 5200<br />E. gerard.oneill@amarach.comsylvia.langtree@amarach.com<br />W. www.amarach.comB. amarachresearch.blogspot.com <br />May 2009<br />Amárach Research Economic Recovery Index<br />

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