Charles I. Plosser, president and chief executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, described the national economic recovery as “relatively slow but sustainable” in a speech Thursday in Rochester, N.Y.

However, he said that he would back a policy change if he saw proof the latest round of quantitative easing is not working. Plosser noted that estimates for the first asset-purchase plan’s interest-rate relief varied.

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