FRANKFURT, Germany – Economists expect the European Central Bank to keep its current levels of stimulus unchanged despite worries about how Britain's vote to leave the European Union will affect the economy.
The bank's 25-member governing council was meeting on Thursday at the bank's headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.
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