Consumers were less confident about the short-term outlook for both jobs and earnings in September.

The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Index dipped slightly in September to 79.7 from 81.8 last month. While the present situation index rose to 73.2 from 70.9, the expectations component of the index fell to 84.1 from 89 in August.

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