Rumors were flying last week that Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman Alan Blinder was going to leave Washington and head back to Princeton University to teach economics next spring.

Mr. Blinder issued a statement on Wednesday to let everyone know he has not made up his mind to return to academics. His term on the seven-member Fed board expires Jan. 31.

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