President Clinton is getting a cool response from the banking industry to his two new nominees for the Federal Reserve Board.

The candidates he tapped last week - White House Budget Director Alice M. Rivlin and Washington University professor Laurence H. Meyer - are career economists. Industry officials said the Fed, without a banker's input, won't know the real impact its rules have on financial institutions.

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