WASHINGTON -- Members of the Federal Open Market Committee voted 11 to 1 to adopt a wait-and-see position on short-term interest rates when they met Sept. 27, according to minutes of the meeting released on Friday.

The dissent came from J. Alfred Broaddus, president of the Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, who favored moving right away to adopt a tighter stance on credit.,

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