Here are stocks for the post-coronavirus consumer, who will be 'resourceful, and cost-conscious'

A man wears a protective mask while shopping at BJ's Wholesale Club market at the Palisades Center shopping mall during the coronavirus outbreak in West Nyack, New York, March 14, 2020.
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The coronavirus pandemic has already caused a major shift in the lives of American consumers, and many of those new trends will stick around as the economy reopens, according to a new note from Barclays. 

"At the core, we believe the U.S. consumer could emerge from the pandemic more mindful, resourceful, and cost-conscious," the note said.

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