WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve officials will probably agree to keep short-term interest rates unchanged given renewed evidence of a jagged recovery, analysts said yesterday.

Members of the 12-members Federal Open Market Committee met yedterday and are scheduled to continue meeting today to review monetery policy. The meeting sets the stage for Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's semiannual economic report to Congress, due to be presented July 20 to a House Banking subcommittee.

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