The biggest risk facing the stock market in the coming year isn’t trade jitters or the election, Deutsche Bank warns

By: Shawn Langlois

“They are all important at different horizons,” Slok told MarketWatch on Sunday, “but a continued rise in inequality and associated political response is something investors can no longer ignore.”

Democratic presidential candidates certainly aren’t ignoring it. Increased taxes on the rich, in an attempt to narrow the divide, is a critical part of the campaigns of both Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders ahead of the election.

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