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KBC Bank Ireland has agreed a deal worth about €5 billion which will see substantially all of its performing loans and its deposit book sold to Bank of Ireland Group. | KBC said the deal, if coupled with a separate sale of its non-performing mortgage loan portfolio, would ultimately result in the bank's withdrawal from the Irish market. | Today's deal sees Bank of Ireland buy around €8.8 billion worth of performing mortgages, €100m worth of performing commercial and consumer loans, €4.4 billion of deposits and around €300m of non-performing loans from KBC Bank Ireland. | Consumer confidence held steady in October, according to latest KBC Bank Ireland consumer sentiment index. | The reading for this month stood at 86.8, effectively unchanged from the figure of 86.4 reported for September. This follows a pattern of broadly stable sentiment numbers for the past six months. | Shares of Snap plunged 25% last night after the owner of photo messaging app Snapchat said privacy changes implemented by Apple on iOS devices hurt the company's ability to target and measure its digital advertising. The California-based company earns the vast majority of its revenue from selling digital advertising on the app. |||