ALEX VEIGA and DAMIAN J. TROISE AP Business Writers Stocks rallied this week as Washington acted to provide $2.2 trillion of relief to an economy shocked by the coronavirus outbreak, leaving some on Wall Street cautiously optimistic that the panicky selling that had gripped the market earlier may have come to an end. Even after a loss on Friday, the S&P 500 had its best weekly percentage gain since March 2009. The Dow Jones Industrial Average posted its biggest weekly rally since 1938. The gains came after two brutal weeks that conjured memories of the market's sell-off in 2008 as the government and the Federal Reserve scrambled to contain the financial crisis. "The takeaway from this week is the initial down phase has probably run its course," said Willie Delwiche, investment str
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