In a further exodus of the Obama administration's economic team, Diana Farrell, the White House National Econmic Committee's deputy director and Michael Barr, the Treasury assistant secretary for financial institutions, said Tuesday they are resigning their posts.

Both were chief architects of the administration's regulatory reform proposal and Barr has even been named as a candidate for director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The two officials will leave within weeks.

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