By  on February 28, 2006

NEW YORK - Consumers weren’t as upbeat in February as they were in January as concerns over the job market weighed down their confidence.The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index fell to 101.7 from 106.8 in January. The index also showed a growing concern by consumers over the short-term health of the economy. The Board’s survey is based on a representative sample of 5,000 U.S. households.For complete coverage, see tomorrow’s WWD.

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