NewsWatch: The stock market is set to fall over the next year — and is unprepared for 2 big risks, says Deutsche Bank’s wealth-management arm

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There-is-no-alternative, or TINA, has been a pretty solid investment strategy for those who are riding the stock-market wave. But to Deutsche Bank’s international private bank chief investment office, it has its limits. See full story.

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‘Every recession, there’s a massive bailout given to corporations and CEOs’: Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs says basic income payments turn lives around

‘Growing up with a single mother who worked hard and struggled also gave me the boldness to try to do basic income,’ said Tubbs. See full story.

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The political class in Washington has loss sight of the urgent need to get Americans back to work. See full story.

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New research from Georgetown University’s Center for Education and the Workforce finds that the value of a college degree doesn’t necessarily depend on the factors one might expect. See full story.

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