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Goldman's Clients Have Just One Question: Is It Really 1987 All Over Again?

Until last Friday, there was one ominous comparison being thrown around for the stock market: the burst in the S&P for the month of January was the best start to a year going back all the way to the infamous 1987, when the year ended sharply lower despite its own January euphoria. Now, one week later, there are other, more troubling comparisons to 1987, and specifically that year's "Black Monday" crash.
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