WASHINGTON — Seeking to capitalize on the political fallout from the $2 billion loss at JPMorgan Chase, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid pressed ahead Tuesday toward votes on President Obama's two nominees to the Federal Reserve Board.

Reid's actions push the Senate toward a vote Thursday on whether to consider the nominations of Jerome Powell and Jeremy Stein. At that point, 60 votes will be needed to move forward with a debate on the nominees.

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