AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France (Reuters) – The EU's top economic official welcomed on Sunday guidance by the European Central Bank on low interest rates in the euro zone, saying the move was needed to preserve the recovery of the bloc's economy. The ECB on Thursday responded to turbulence caused by the U.S. Federal Reserve's planned withdrawal of monetary stimulus by abandoning its own insistence that it never offers forward guidance on policy. "This means, in my view, a justified divergence with the U.S. …
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