Consumers were not quite as upbeat in January as they were at the end of last year as higher oil prices offset some of the positive impact of a strong stock market and job market, according to data released on Friday.
The University of Michigan's final January index of consumer sentiment edged down to 91.2 from December's reading of 91.5.
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