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(Reuters)The World Economic Forum is wrapping up today in Davos, Switzerland. That said, this is a time when big investors make their initial bets for the new year and could reveal their bias for the year. The company is slated to post nearly $86 billion in sales and $4. )," Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, chairman of Banco Bradesco, told CNBC. Those workers are often on the brink of retirement, even if it's not by choice, according to Teresa Ghilarducci, professor of economics at The New School

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