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Investors handicapping the new market year see similarities to 2010 recovery and 1999 risk binge


A Kia Motors Corp. sports utility vehicle (SUV) delivers the “2021” New Year’s Eve numerals during a coast-to-coast tour in the Times Square neighborhood of New York, U.S., on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesSo many questions swirl as the calendar turns — including what year has just started.What year or years from the past, that is, have the most relevance for the current market and economy. Before the objections are uncorked: Of course, there are no exact replays of history, and the key to tomorrow is not lying in a musty archive.Yet each year contains its own …

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