SANTA FE, N.M. -- Jerry Jordan, president of the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank, told a group of banking executives here that the Fed needs to convince businesses and consumers that it is "steadfast about pursuing price stability."

"What could the Federal Reserve, regardless of the outcome of the [presidential] election, do to convince you that inflation and interest rates will remain low for the rest of the '90s?," Mr. Jordan said.

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