(Adds missing word "on" in headline) (Updates to midday) NEW YORK, Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks edged lower on Friday as the weaker dollar raised concerns about inflation and money managers locked in profits on the last trading day of the quarter. Helping to limit losses was data that showed consumers were still spending in August despite the effects of the housing slump. The Commerce Department report showed U.S. consumers boosted their spending at the strongest rate in four ...
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