The consumer price index increased 0.3% last month, the Labor Department reported today. It was the first increase after three consecutive months of declines preceded by two months in which the CPI was unchanged.

The CPI had fallen 0.8% in December. Consumer prices were unchanged from January 2008.

Excluding food and energy costs, the CPI increased 0.2% in January after being unchanged in December.

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