WASHINGTON -- The Clinton Administration is keeping the Treasury Department in capable hands by naming White House economic adviser Robert Rubin to replace outgoing Secretary Lloyd Bentsen, analysts said yesterday.

"This is viewed as a solid appointment. It's not a problem and it doesn't lead to expectations of any major policy moves," said Dana Johnson, head of market analysis for First National Bank of Chicago.

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