Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser warned Tuesday that if the Fed's policymaking Federal Open Market Committee does not scale back its asset purchases in response to labor market improvements, it will lose credibility.

Plosser, not a voting member of the FOMC this year, argued there has already been enough improvement in the labor market for to reduce asset purchases at its next meeting and to end them by the close of 2013.

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