US GDP could shrink by 13% in 2nd quarter as part of 'severe global recession,' Deutsche Bank says

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The U.S economy will contract by 13% on an annualized basis in the second quarter because of disruptions from the coronavirus outbreak, according to a new Deutsche Bank forecast on Wednesday.