WASHINGTON -- There is mounting evidence the recession is ending, but it is possible any recovery will not have much punch to it, two senior Federal Reserve officials said in separate comments.

The remarks by Federal Reserve Board Governor W. Edward Kelley and Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Black seemed to reinforce expectations in the bond market that Fed officials are inclined to keep short-term interest rates unchanged.

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