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Debtx Prices $10 Trillion In Loans In 2013

Market Vectors’ Fran Rodilosso On The Case For Hedged High Yield Bonds Vs. Bank Loans In A Rising Rate Environment

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Murdered Satmar Slumlord’s Bad Loans Helped To Crash A Mob-Linked Bank

Lipa_sidebar Rising over 100 basis points each since the beginning of the year, the 5-year and 10-year Treasury yields closed 2013 at 1.75% and 3.04%, respectively. A summary of this concept can be found on the firms site at . Hedged high yield bonds and leveraged loans both help limit interest rate duration 2, said Rodilosso.Leveraged loan strategies saw the vast majority of inflows in 2013. But a handful of factors may make the hedged high yield approach worthy of closer consideration if 2014 is going to be a year of rising interest rates. Factors benefitting hedged high yield bonds over bank loans last year included: 1) Narrowing credit spreads: as seen after September when no action was taken by the Federal Reserve to taper quantitative easing 2) Long high yield bond/short U.S.
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Menachem Max Stark Murdered Satmar Slumlords Bad Loans Helped To Crash A Mob-Linked Bank Shmarya Rosenberg Two unpaid loans made to murdered Satmar slumlord Menachem Max Stark and his business partner Israel Sam Perlmutter helped drive a bank into failure, the New York Post reported this morning. Those two bad loans were among 15 others than combined drove Chicagos Broadway Bank out of business in 2010 when it was closed by the federal government. Starks and Perlmutters two loans reportedly included a $1.5 million loaned in December 2007 to provide working capital for the borrowers New York-based real-estate business, according to a 2012 lawsuit filed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The security for that one-year interest-only loan was a second mortgage on a different apartment apartment building in Williamsburg that Stark and Perlmutter purchased for $29 million that same year. But Stark and Perlmutter reportedly defaulted on that buildings first mortgage, ending any chance Broadway had to recover its money. Starks and Perlmutters second Broadway loan was $6.2 million borrowed from Broadway in February 2007 to develop The Bedford Lofts, an upscale housing complex in South Williamsburg.
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