It also said that the European Central Bank should remain "very accommodative" in terms of interest rates and chief economist Jean-Philippe Cotis said there was in any case no place for considering a rate rise soon.
"There's no urgent need to tighten interest rates," Cotis said.
"The Federal Res
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