Goldman Sachs says the economy has 'probably bottomed now' ahead of a second-half surge

Customers are seen at Puckett's Grocery & Restaurant on April 27, 2020 in Franklin, Tennessee. Tennessee is one of the first states to reopen restaurants after the onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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After weeks of seeing some of the deepest shocks  since the Great Depression, the worst of the economic news looks like it's in the past, according to Goldman Sachs.

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