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After Kaisa was unable to make payments due on a wealth-management fund it sold to retail investors, it requested a trading halt in four linked companies.
Overnight Chinese authorities have told Evergrande founder Hui Ka Yan to use his personal wealth to alleviate the Group's deepening debt crisis. Why do I think this won't end well?
As I will be discussing this morning in a series of columns, the market's rip since last Wednesday has entirely ignored a number of headwinds. In this post I wanted to update the continued deterioration in the prices (lower) and yields (higher) of ...
Alibaba shares and the Hong Kong tech index are both coming off all-time lows in Hong Kong. Whether that continues has little to nothing to do with business.
China's economy is basically a debt-driven Ponzi scheme.
* There may be no way out for China and Xi * Excessive credit is an age old problem * And China's leadership is in big trouble * Will an attack on Taiwan be a diversion aimed at uniting the Chinese? China is the engine of world economic growth - res...
With his popularity low, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida has called an early election to win a mandate, while pledging a 'new capitalism' to boost the middle class.
With global energy woes, China real estate troubles and Washington's potential for disappointment, I'm moving toward some old income favorites.
Evergrande has reportedly struck a deal to sell 51% of its property-management arm, which would raise US$5.1 billion.
Is this the real inflation scare? Let's see what's ahead for energy.
Here's what I found most positive about the market as the week closed out.
Let's take a look at the war of words on China investment between these two billionaires.
The broad Chinese property sector, the mainland's largest single industry, is selling off in Hong Kong as investors try to work out which will be the next domino to fall.
China Evergrande is hustling to cut its huge borrowings, with repeat scares that its financial woes may infect the entire Chinese property market.
Property developer China Evergrande has seen shares in its electric car unit skyrocket before it enters commercial production.
Shares were up and the yuan posted its largest one-day gain since the end of a U.S. dollar peg.