WASHINGTON -- The economy will sputter along for several more months, but Congress should refrain from acting hastily to stimulate growth in any way that would roil the financial markets, the Bush administration's three top economic advisers said yesterday.

"My qualitative assessment is that the economy likely will be relatively sluggish over the fourth quarter of 1991 and the first quarter of 1992," said Michael Boskin, the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, who is currently revising the administration's economic forecast in connection with preparing the President's fiscal 1993 budget.

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