JPMorgan's market guru, who called the rebound, sees 'limited reopening' of the economy soon

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Coronavirus cases in the U.S. are peaking sooner than people expected, according to a top JPMorgan strategist who was bullish two weeks ago before most on Wall Street, and that could lead the economy to open sooner than others think. 

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