WASHINGTON -- Robert Rubin, chairman of President Clinton's National Economic Council, said yesterday that long-term interest rates will remain low because market psychology has undergone a sea change with passage, of Clinton's 500-billion deficit reduction plan.

"We have changed market psychology. The markets truly believe we have gotten our arms around the deficit problem. I think there's been a real change in inflationary expectations." he said in an interview with financial reporters.

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