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Chinese authorities scramble for 'managed implosion' as Evergrande default looms

EVERGRANDE faces default after missing a key deadline for debt payments yesterday and has admitted it may not have sufficient funds to meet all its debts. Global ratings agency S&P has cast further doubt over Evergrande's future today stating they believe default is now "inevitable".

express.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 1
Chinese authorities scramble for 'managed implosion' as Evergrande default looms

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China unveils package to boost economy as Evergrande teeters

Beijing to increase business lending and build more affordable housing, but reports say property giant has missed a key bond repayment China’s politburo has signalled measures to kickstart the faltering economy as the crisis gripping the country’s debt-laden property sector continued to blight prospects for growth.

theguardian.com ,  11 hours ago 0
China unveils package to boost economy as Evergrande teeters

Evergrande debt deadline passes with no sign of payment -sources | Reuters

By Clare Jim, Scott Murdoch and Andrew Galbraith HONG KONG/SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Some offshore bondholders of China Evergrande Group did not receive coupon payments by the end of a 30-day grace period, four people with knowledge of the matter said, pushing the cash-strapped property developer closer to formal default.

nordot.app ,  11 hours ago 0
Evergrande debt deadline passes with no sign of payment -sources | Reuters

Explainer-What's next for China Evergrande after missing coupon payments | Reuters

HONG KONG (Reuters) - China Evergrande Group made three 11th-hour coupon payments in the past two months, but there was no repeat at the end of a grace period at midnight Monday in New York as some bondholders did not receive their dues, four sources said.

nordot.app ,  13 hours ago 3
Explainer-What's next for China Evergrande after missing coupon payments | Reuters

World holds its breath as Chinese property titan Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse

Financial institutions and developers around the world were on alert after Evergrande warned it will not be able to pay back its debts. The Chinese property giant is understood to be on the brink of collapse with Asian and Western banks braced for the largest default since Lehman Brothers went bust in 2008.

dailymail.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 1
World holds its breath as Chinese property titan Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse

The City View: December 6: Inflation, Labour’s pro-business push and flooding risks

Today Andy Silvester looks at a warning from a top Bank of England rate-setter, news from the digital ads market, Chinese property firm Evergrande’s latest struggles against its debt burden and more news on the new Covid variant. Andy is also joined by Sascha O’Sullivan and Elena Siniscalco, who offer their views on politics, Keir’s pro-business push, and the future of the capital’s housing market.

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The City View: December 6: Inflation, Labour’s pro-business push and flooding risks

Chinese authorities send ‘working group’ into Evergrande

Chinese authorities have sent a “working group” to Chinese developer China Evergrande Group, according to multiple reports. This content is only available to registered users for free to finish this article. Sign up now for the following benefits: Four FREE articles of your choice per month

propertyweek.com ,  1 day ago 1
Chinese authorities send ‘working group’ into Evergrande

Evergrande crisis intensifies for Chinese authorities as markets seek wider action

Sky's Ian King says there is a hint of stronger aid ahead from Beijing as the cash crunch facing the giants of China's property sector becomes more perilous. While investors, economists and traders try to wrestle with the likely consequences of a further round of lockdowns due to the new Omicron variant of coronavirus, another familiar threat is once again rearing its head.

news.sky.com ,  1 day ago 0
Evergrande crisis intensifies for Chinese authorities as markets seek wider action

Escalating property crisis forces China to boost bank lending

People’s Bank of China cuts minimum reserve requirements for its lenders to pump into the world’s second-largest economy China has moved to bolster an economy flagging under the weight of an escalating property slump with new moves to bolster bank lending. The world’s second-biggest economy, which is also under pressure due to its draconian zero-Covid strategy, is cutting minimum reserve requirements for its banks in a bid to improve the flow of credit to small businesses.

telegraph.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
Escalating property crisis forces China to boost bank lending

China cuts bank reserve requirements amid power shortage, virus | Kyodo News

China's central bank said Monday that it will cut the amount of cash that banks must hold as reserves, in a bid to ease credit and prop up the economy hit by power shortages and another wave of coronavirus infections. The reduction of the reserve requirement ratio by the People's Bank of China is designed to prompt financial institutions to lend more money to companies and other entities to bolster consumption and domestic investment.

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China cuts bank reserve requirements amid power shortage, virus | Kyodo News

China Evergrande shares hit record low as it edges closer to default

With $82.5m repayment due, property developer appears to be heading for restructuring Shares in the struggling Chinese property developer Evergrande hit a record low on Monday after strong indications that it is on the verge of a potentially disastrous default and could be forced into a full-blown restructuring.

theguardian.com ,  1 day ago 1
China Evergrande shares hit record low as it edges closer to default

Evergrande shares slump on renewed default fears

Fears about the future of Chinese property giant Evergrande Group have returned amid news it could default on its latest debt repayment. Shares in the company, whose crisis has rippled through the wider property and banking sectors, plunged up to 20% on Monday to a record low.

bbc.com ,  1 day ago 1
Evergrande shares slump on renewed default fears

China tries to reassure on Evergrande as default fears rise

BEIJING (AP) — China's central bank released extra money for lending Monday as the government tried to reassure the public it can contain the potential fallout if a troubled real estate developer’s $310 billion mountain of debt collapses. The People's Bank of China said it freed up 1.2 trillion yuan ($190 billion) for banks to lend by reducing the amount of money they must hold as reserves.

msn.com ,  1 day ago 1
China tries to reassure on Evergrande as default fears rise

Evergrande moves toward restructuring; state swoops in to contain risk

HONG KONG (Reuters) - China Evergrande Group has set up a risk management committee as the cash-strapped property developer inches closer to a debt restructuring that has loomed for months over global markets and the world's second-largest economy. The real estate giant, which is grappling with over $300 billion in liabilities and is at risk of becoming China's biggest ever default, said on Monday that the committee included officials from state entities and would play an important role in "mitigating and eliminating the future risks" of the group.

nordot.app ,  1 day ago 0
Evergrande moves toward restructuring; state swoops in to contain risk

Chinese property giant Evergrande has signalled it won't be able to pay its debts

Statement issued to Hong Kong stock exchange after the admission was made Founder Xu Jiayin ordered to appear before Guangdong province government Property debt problems mean less Chinese demand for Australian iron ore Embattled Chinese property giant Evergrande has finally admitted it won't be able to pay back its debts - sending the strongest signal yet about its imminent collapse.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1 day ago 23
Chinese property giant Evergrande has signalled it won't be able to pay its debts

Global financial crisis fears as Chinese giant Evergrande unable to meet £196m repayment

EMBATTLED developer Evergrande has sparked fresh concerns after it admitted it may be unable to repay $260m (£196.51m) due to current liquidity issues. In a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange today Evergrande warned: "In light of the current liquidity status of the Group, there is no guarantee that the Group will have sufficient funds to continue to perform its financial obligations."

express.co.uk ,  4 days ago 18
Global financial crisis fears as Chinese giant Evergrande unable to meet £196m repayment

Global financial crash fears as China steps in to take over Evergrande's football stadium

GLOBAL financial crash fears have escalated yet again after the Chinese authorities were forced to take over debt-ridden property giant, China Evergrande's football stadium project. Chinese authorities have been forced to take over the Evergrande Guangzhou Football Stadium due to the company's financial woes. The football stadium remains under construction after the project was suspended three months ago.

express.co.uk ,  5 days ago 2
Global financial crash fears as China steps in to take over Evergrande's football stadium