Fed's Ferguson sees signs of U.S. recovery

US - Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson said on Wednesday that signs of a U.S. economic recovery were increasing, but that a revival in business investment held the key to the contours of the rebound.

His comments were largely in line with Wednesday's Congressional testimony by Fed chief Alan Greenspan, who said the economy was emerging from recession but that a recovery was likely to be moderate.

Analysts interpreted Greenspan's remarks as a signal that interest rates would remain

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