Federal Reserve Board Governor Roger W. Ferguson Jr. on Sunday rejected calls by some economists for coordinated interest rate cuts by central banks.

"Each central bank should focus on its own domestic economic setting and structure monetary policy to maintain full, sustainable employment with stable prices," Mr. Ferguson told the National Economic Association Forum in New York. "Any other approach, I believe, while attractive to those who write newspaper stories, is not realistic."

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