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Evergrande liquidity crisis 2021

The Evergrande liquidity crisis refers to the ongoing financial situation of Chinese property developer Evergrande Group. As of September 2021, the developer has 2 trillion RMB (310 billion USD) in liabilities.

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The Evergrande liquidity crisis refers to the ongoing financial situation of Chinese property developer Evergrande Group. As of September 2021, the developer has 2 trillion RMB (310 billion USD) in liabilities.

Sep 29, 2021, Wed ...
China's Real Estate Problems Are Bigger Than Evergrande
Chinese economic troubles may come far faster than the markets expect.
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China Evergrande to Sell Bank Stake to State-Owned Firm for $1.5 Billion - WSJ
The deal is the latest sign that the country’s authorities are trying to help the property giant resolve some of its financial troubles.
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Forget Evergrande, China Hidden Local Government Debt Is Half of GDP, Goldman Says - Bloomberg
China’s hidden local government debt has swelled to more than half the size of the economy, according to economists at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., who said the government will need to be flexible in dealing with this as revenue is already u...
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Evergrande set to miss second offshore bond coupon payment this month, sources say | Reuters
At least some of China Evergrande's offshore bondholders had not received a due coupon payment by the close of Asia business on Wednesday, sources said, although the cash-strapped developer reached a $1.5 billion deal to settle debt with a ...
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Evergrande sells $1.5bn bank stake to state-owned enterprise | Financial Times
Debt-laden Chinese property developer faces worsening liquidity crisis as second interest payment due
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Sep 28, 2021, Tue ...
Evergrande’s Struggles Offer a Glimpse of China’s New Financial Future - The New York Times
The property giant’s success mirrored the country’s transformation from an agrarian economy to one that embraced capitalism. Its struggles offer a glimpse of a new financial future.
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Chinese developer Sunac seeks to avoid Evergrande contagion | Financial Times
Hong Kong-listed group denies asking government for liquidity relief and buys back $34m of its bonds
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Sep 26, 2021, Sun ...
Chinese cities seize Evergrande presales to block potential misuse of funds | Financial Times
State intervention gathers pace as second bond deadline looms for indebted property developer
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Sep 21, 2021, Tue ...
BlackRock and HSBC funds boosted Evergrande holdings as crisis loomed | Financial Times
Investors added to bond holdings in Chinese property developer while prices began sliding
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Sep 14, 2021, Tue ...
China Evergrande Warns of Financial Pressure, Hires Advisers - The New York Times
China Evergrande hired restructuring experts, sending its shares lower and adding to worries about what its fate might mean to the country’s economy.
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Aug 31, 2021, Tue ...
Heavily indebted Chinese developer Evergrande warns of default risk | Financial Times
Company cuts debt to roughly $89bn but says idle building projects threaten liquidity
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Sep 29, 2020, Tue ...
Evergrande: the property group that has the market on edge | Financial Times
China’s biggest developer is fighting to convince investors it can cut its debts
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