WASHINGTON -- The continued decline in consumer confidence reported yesterday by the Conference Board indicates the economy is going nowhere fast, analysts say.

The business research group reported that its Consumer Confidence Index for August declined 3.2 points to 58.0, from 61.2 in July. This followed an 11. 4-point decline the previous month. The index is now at its lowest level since March.

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