COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The U.S. budget deficit could shrink by 1995 without any policy changes, partly because of lower interest rates, said Jerry Jordan, president of the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank.

It is "very easy" to extrapolate a deficit of $150 billion to $155 billion with no new initiatives, he said after speaking before the Columbus Association of Business Economists.

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