U.S. central bankers try to dim hopes

US - U.S. central bank governors are sending out word this week that while the U.S. economy appears to be on the mends, a quick rebound does not appear to be in the works.

On Friday, in advance of a major speech on the economy by Alan Greenspan, the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman, several Federal Bank governors warned investors not to expect too much too soon.

"I think there's a good chance that the economy may be at least a little softer than the consensus over the next year or so," said Alfred

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