At its meeting this week, the Federal Open Market Committee will review its monetary targets and economic outlook for this year and will assess the prospects for 1994. Committee members should find conditions more problematic than they had thought.

At the beginning of this year, the committee took the view that the nation's output would probably grow by a little more than 3% and consumer price inflation by less than that.

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