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Investment advisers optimistic, some commercial real estate deals, yearly winners and losers, and residential real estate sales.

From Business Today:

Investment advisers in Western New York are all optimistic about the coming year. Nine advisors polled all predict increases in the Dow Jones industrialWall Street  index of 8 to 15 percent. The advisors all underestimated the strength of the market redcover in 2010, so we'll see...

A few large local commercial real estate purchases were topped by NYSEG buying its customer service and operations center in Lancaster for $5.18 million. The company has been leasing the property at 160 Erie St., and opted to buy it. An apartment management company run by two brothers called Apartments Niagara bought a 62-unit complex in Niagara Falls for $950,000, and VOiP Supply, a Cheektowaga-based supplier of voice-over-Internet equipment, bought a building in the Amherst Industrial Park for $902,500.

News Business columnist David Robinson picks some winners and losers from the local business Robinson community in 2010.

There were lots of local real estate transactions from Home sales the week ending Nov. 19.

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