CHICAGO - The U.S. economy is probably going to slow next year while inflation edges up modestly, Federal Reserve vice chairman Alan Blinder said Friday.

In a briefing to the Chicago Board of Trade, Blinder said, "I don't expect a breakout" from a range of 2.5% to 3.5 % for consumer prices "in this business cycle."

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