Fed watchers are betting that a bank economist will be selected to succeed Lee Hoskins as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

The reasoning? Mr. Hoskins and his predecessor, Karen N. Horn, both came from the ranks of bank economists and proved forceful, effective chief executives.

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