WASHINGTON — The U.S. goods and services deficit in January increased to $58.2 billion as both imports and exports increased, with the picture largely determined by record oil imports, the Commerce Department reported yesterday.

Imports rose $2.7 billion in January to $206.4 billion, while exports increased $2.4 billion to $148.2 billion.

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