William Dudley

  • Lights Are Back On, but is Anybody Home?

    By Marcelo Bermúdez, President, Figueroa Capital Group, subsidiary of Charles Dunn Co.: Last fall, bond yields were hitting what is now their 52-week low. Since then, yields have doubled, and in some cases tripled, depending on their maturity date.

    National 20 November 2013 19:01
  • NY Fed Spends $208M on Downtown Office Building

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is picking up a building in which it is the primary leaseholder, purchasing the property at 33 Maiden Lane in Downtown Manhattan for $207.5 million from Merit US Real Estate Fund III L.P.

    Northeast 29 February 2012 13:30

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