WASHINGTON -- President Clinton's second nominee to the Federal Reserve Board told Congress Friday that she favors consolidating the bank regulatory agencies and requiring banks that trade in derivatives to hold more capital.

University of California business professor Janet L. Yellen also took a hard line on inflation in her confirmation hearing before the Senate Banking Committee.

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