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Gary Stern , former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and John Silvia , chief economist at Wells Fargo Securities LLC, said the central bank is sticking with the view that a moderate recovery is under way and a recent rise in inflation is temporary. They spoke after Fed officials met in Washington today.