President Clinton reportedly has signed off on two nominees for the Federal Reserve Board who are now going through background checks. While neither is a banker, one candidate is said to have banking experience.

The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the other candidate is Edward Gramlich, dean of the University of Michigan's public policy school and former chairman of the social security review commission.

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