One of the national banks in the U.S. has urged U.S. decision-makers to reopen the country’s economy once businesses are confident of a “stable” return to work amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

“We’ll bring people back — first, when we’re allowed to — but we’ll also bring people back on a view that we don’t want to the change course of action until we know it’s going to be stable,” Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said on a press call, cited by Politico on Wednesday.

“Once we got the people here, we actually have the luxury to hold

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