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US Economy

U.S. consumer confidence fell to 120.2 in January, down from 126.6 in December, the business research group Conference Board reported Tuesday, attributing blame to roiling financial markets and the partial government shutdown.

WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer confidence fell to 120.2 in January, down from 126.6 in December, the business research group Conference Board reported Tuesday, attributing blame to roiling financial markets and the partial government shutdown.

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