WASHINGTON -- The cordial relationship between the Clinton administration and the Federal Reserve is still intact, despite recent moves by the Fed that some observers fear will slow the economic expansion for which the President is claiming credit.

Mr. Clinton's topeconomic advisers continue to avoid any criticism of the Fed, despite three increases in short-term interest rates and the strong probability of a move to a 4% federal funds rate in May.

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