Here are some excerpts from the recent panel discussion:
Ron Insana: We’ve seen historic volatility and unbelievable moves—the fastest bear market in the history of Wall Street occurred in a matter of 21 days. The S&P 500 Index level went from a peak to trough decline of 37%, and we’ve since recovered some of that. With that backdrop, I will ask the panel some questions we’ve received from the audience. What’s your take on where we are with this multi-biologic and economic shock?
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