China Evergrande Group
Childhood dreams fuelled a debt binge that’s taken Evergrande to the brink
5 hours ago

Except for a rap on the knuckles, Evergrande was mostly spared from China’s 2017 debt crackdown, which led to the downsizing of Anbang, CEFC, HNA and Wanda.

Childhood dreams fuelled a debt binge that’s taken Evergrande to the brink

Except for a rap on the knuckles, Evergrande was mostly spared from China’s 2017 debt crackdown, which led to the downsizing of Anbang, CEFC, HNA and Wanda.

5 hours ago
Banks, fund managers cut exposure to China Evergrande as outlook worsens
24 Sep 2021 - 10:32PM
Evergrande’s staunchest ally for 12 years cuts losses, heads for exit
23 Sep 2021 - 10:41PM
Banks, fund managers cut exposure to China Evergrande as outlook worsens

Financial companies have sought to reassure investors in recent days, saying their exposure to the world’s most indebted developer was immaterial or minimal.

24 Sep 2021 - 10:32PM
China Evergrande Group
Evergrande’s staunchest ally for 12 years cuts losses, heads for exit

The disposal and possible exit by Chinese Estates, founded by the Hong Kong magnate Joseph Lau Luen-hung, is a significant bookmark in its ties with Evergrande’s chairman Hui Ka-yan, a relationship that spanned more than a decade.

The disposal and possible exit by Chinese Estates, founded by the Hong Kong magnate Joseph Lau Luen-hung, is a significant bookmark in its ties with Evergrande’s chairman Hui Ka-yan, a relationship that spanned more than a decade.

23 Sep 2021 - 10:41PM
Hong Kong property
Hong Kong developers join rush for small flats as home prices soar

Developers are likely to take advantage of rising prices in the city to launch small flats as affordability becomes a concern, analyst says.

Developers are likely to take advantage of rising prices in the city to launch small flats as affordability becomes a concern, analyst says.

24 Sep 2021 - 11:01PM
22 Sep 2021 - 9:55PM
Investors take opposite sides as they size up Evergrande’s woes
22 Sep 2021 - 1:10PM
Hong Kong’s BN(O) emigrants unswayed by tax breaks, falling prices
Hong Kong developers join rush for small flats as home prices soar
24 Sep 2021 - 11:01PM
Investors take opposite sides as they size up Evergrande’s woes
22 Sep 2021 - 9:55PM
Hong Kong’s BN(O) emigrants unswayed by tax breaks, falling prices
22 Sep 2021 - 1:10PM
Beijing, Canberra rift can’t keep Chinese buyers from Australian farms

Stable returns and a growing demand for food and other agricultural products in China are likely to spur Chinese investment in Australian farmland, according to analysts.

Stable returns and a growing demand for food and other agricultural products in China are likely to spur Chinese investment in Australian farmland, according to analysts.

24 Aug 2021 - 7:33PM
UK-bound Hongkongers to find third of London homes selling at discount

It is a good time for Hongkongers moving to the UK under the British National (Overseas) scheme to buy a home in London, with about a third of the homes listed for sale in the UK capital seeing their asking prices fall 20 per cent recently.

It is a good time for Hongkongers moving to the UK under the British National (Overseas) scheme to buy a home in London, with about a third of the homes listed for sale in the UK capital seeing their asking prices fall 20 per cent recently.

10 Aug 2021 - 7:56PM

Property | OPINION

Opinion | Evergrande crisis is not entirely to blame for global market jitters

The Evergrande crisis is important only insofar as it feeds into a broader narrative around the slowdown in global growth and the risk of a major policy mistake.

24 Sep 2021 - 2:30AM
Concrete Analysis | How Hong Kong luxury property market adapted to Covid-19, emerged stronger

Hong Kong’s ever resilient property market is having a fruitful 2021 so far. Unprecedented confidence has returned to the market, and sales figures are topping 6,500 per month – not bad for a market that was wracked by uncertainty just 12 months ago.

Hong Kong’s ever resilient property market is having a fruitful 2021 so far. Unprecedented confidence has returned to the market, and sales figures are topping 6,500 per month – not bad for a market that was wracked by uncertainty just 12 months ago.

21 Sep 2021 - 7:47PM
How Hong Kong luxury property market adapted to Covid-19, emerged stronger
Concrete Analysis | Demand for data centres is cooling but don’t write off the market just yet

A sudden hush seems to have befallen the market for data centres in Hong Kong. The cause is a misperception that the market is facing a surge in supply over the next few years.

A sudden hush seems to have befallen the market for data centres in Hong Kong. The cause is a misperception that the market is facing a surge in supply over the next few years.

14 Sep 2021 - 6:51PM
Demand for data centres is cooling but don’t write off the market just yet

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