President Clinton will get a list of potential Federal Reserve Board nominees soon, according to one of his top economic policy advisers, who's helping compile the list.

Gene Sperling, the new head of President Clinton's National Economic Council, told reporters in his office that with the State of the Union address and release of the President's fiscal 1998 budget proposal now behind them, Mr. Clinton's economic team is concentrating on filling the two vacancies. They were created by the departures of Fed Governors Lawrence Lindsey and Janet Yellen.

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