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Barron's Roundtable

Fridays at 10pm

Has the market rebounded too much and too quickly?

Head of asset allocation at GMO Ben Inker discusses which types of stocks have the greatest potential in a post-coronavirus market with Barron's markets editor Ben Levisohn, Barron's reporter Carleton English and Barron's senior writer Al Root.

Companies race to develop a coronavirus vaccine

Barron's markets editor Ben Levisohn, Barron's reporter Carleton English and Barron's associate editor Jack Hough take a look at the companies pushing to develop a coronavirus vaccine and what companies are doing to prevent coronavirus in their workplaces once employees return.

IMAX CEO: People will come back to the movies

Barron's editor Jack Otter interviews IMAX Corp. CEO Richard Gelfond about what measures theaters will take to ensure people's safety in a post-coronavirus world, which includes possibly taking people's temperatures, having people sit every other seat or row or requiring masks.

How will the economy now emulate the 2008 financial crisis markets?

DataTrek Research co-founder Nicholas Colas joins Barron's Roundtable's Jack Otter, Barron's markets editor Ben Levisohn, Barron's reporter Carleton English and Barron's associate editor Jack Hough to analyze the Federal Reserve's response to the coronavirus crisis and how it's impacted earnings.

What's next in the spread of coronavirus?

Lloyd B. Minor, MD, Dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine, explains what the risks are for relaxing shelter-in-place orders too soon and what possible treatments on the horizon there are for coronavirus.