The market should be more worried about a 'second wave' of coronavirus cases, JPMorgan says

People stand in line while wearing face masks in the Elmhurst neighborhood on April 1, 2020 in New York City.
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Investors worried about a prolonged lockdown during the coronavirus outbreak should be more concerned about a potential second wave of cases, according to a quantitative strategist at JPMorgan.

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