WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan and his colleagues have a chance tomorrow to prove their mettle as central bankers.

The question is whether they'll deliver what the bond market is hoping for - a solid boost in the federal funds rate to 4.25% from 3.75% instead of the usual dollop of 25 basis points that they've sprinkled on the economy the last three times they tightened credit.

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