By  on August 28, 2012

Consumer confidence fell this month, after rising in July, to its lowest level since November 2011 as more Americans turned negative in their short-term outlook.

The Conference Board, which conducts the monthly study, said the Consumer Confidence Index fell to 60.6 from a downward revision to 65.4 last month. Economists had expected the Index to rise to 66.

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