The White House has given up its search for a banker and instead picked consultant Roger W. Ferguson and college professor Edward Gramlich for two vacancies on the Federal Reserve Board.

President Clinton signed off on both candidates last week, an administration official confirmed Monday, but will wait for background checks to be completed before announcing the nominations.

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