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China Evergrande, Contagion And What Does “Default” Mean?
Article By: Orbex Thursday, November 11, 2021 9:47 AM EST
By now it’s been a couple of months since the Evergrande issue hit the markets. Since then, a lot of the more pessimistic scenarios haven’t played out.
In this article: EGRNF
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Here’s My Evergrande “China Crash” Stock Shopping List
Article By: Shah Gilani Sunday, November 7, 2021 1:15 PM EST
China Evergrande Group is by most measures the most indebted company on Earth, with around $305 billion in debt outstanding. The company made an $83.5 million payment on Oct. 23. Don't think for a second that Evergrande is out of the woods, though.
In this article: EGRNF Also: MU, WYNN, VWAGY, AAPL, MSFT
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Evergrande Aims To Shift Towards EV
Article By: EqualOcean Tuesday, October 26, 2021 5:14 AM EST
Evergrande's shift from real estate to cars could signal the imminent halt of China’s reliance on real estate as its main economic driver.
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The Evergrande Crisis Explained: What Does It Mean For Your Investments?
Video By: Preet Banerjee Sunday, October 24, 2021 4:59 PM EST
This video provides a beginner's explanation on the Evergrande crisis. What is it? Why is it in the news? What does this mean for your investments?
In this video: EGRNF
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China's Evergrande Makes Last Minute Interest Payment On Dollar Bond, Avoiding Default
Article By: Tyler Durden Friday, October 22, 2021 5:47 AM EST
In a surprise 11th hour development, China Evergrande made an overdue interest payment to offshore bondholders.
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Evergrande Shares Tumble On Sale Failure, 97% Plunge In Sales As Markets Brace For Chinese Default Avalanche
Article By: Tyler Durden Thursday, October 21, 2021 2:50 PM EST
On Thursday trading in shares of China's most insolvent property developer, Evergrande, resumed. In retrospect, it was not a great idea.
In this article: EGRNF, EGRNY
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E Market Briefing For Tuesday, Oct. 12
Article By: Gene Inger Tuesday, October 12, 2021 2:29 AM EST
What may be the largest 'risk class' globally, at present: not US stocks but Chinese real estate.
In this article: AMD, T, EGRNF, SPX, VIX, NYA
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"It's A Disastrous Day" - All Hell Breaks Loose In China's Bond Markets
Article By: Tyler Durden Monday, October 11, 2021 10:00 PM EST
Just to add insult to injury, China's10-year government bond futures declined to a three-month low as the central bank’s latest liquidity draining weakened expectations of fresh monetary policy easing.
In this article: XIN, EGRNF, KAISF, KAISF
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Catastrophic Property Sales Mean China's Worst Case Scenario Is Now In Play
Article By: Tyler Durden Sunday, October 10, 2021 10:30 AM EST
Goldman envisions a China where new property starts tumble 30%, completions drop 10% alongside sales volumes and ASPs.
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EC China's Gilded Age Is Over
Article By: John Mauldin Saturday, October 9, 2021 8:51 PM EST
I think China will muddle through this immediate problem, but the risks are high enough to justify some preparation. Nor is financial contagion the only risk.
In this article: MCHI, EGRNF, PNGAY, CNY
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September Market Recap: Global Stocks Suffer First Losing Month Since January
Article By: Craig Birk Saturday, October 9, 2021 1:59 PM EST
Corrections happen in most years and diversified investors should not be surprised or particularly uncomfortable.
In this article: EGRNF Also: SPX
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Evergrande: The Biggest Ever China Crisis Looming
Article By: Patrick MontesDeOca Wednesday, October 6, 2021 11:00 AM EST
Four years ago, Grant published an article on China Evergrande and its ever rising price on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Evergrande's board of directors in 2016 earned $46 million.
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Evergrande Stock Suspended Amid Default Concerns; Sending Futures, Cryptos Sliding
Article By: Tyler Durden Monday, October 4, 2021 12:30 AM EST
Asian markets are discombobulated Monday morning as trading in Evergrande and its property management unit were suspended in Hong Kong. Asian stocks also get their first chance to react to Friday's Merck news.
In this article: WX, EGRNF, ALBHF
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Evergrande To Default On Second Offshore Bond After $1.5 Billion Bank Stake Sale
Article By: Tyler Durden Wednesday, September 29, 2021 8:57 AM EST
China's cash-strapped property giant Evergrande was on the verge of defaulting on a second bond on Wednesday despite agreeing to settle debt with a Chinese bank in a $1.5 billion stake divestment deal.
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“The Housing Market Is Almost Frozen" - An Even Bigger Problem Emerges For China
Article By: Tyler Durden Friday, September 24, 2021 1:39 PM EST
With Wall Street's fascination with risk associated with Evergrande's default fading fast, and the sellside pumping out charts such as this one showing that the contagion in China junk bond market is unlikely to spillover globally.
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E China's Rescue Of Evergrande
Article By: Vivian Lewis Thursday, September 23, 2021 5:19 PM EST
The number of jobless last week was higher than the forecast, at 351,000 vs 320,000. The recovery is lagging. 
In this article: EGRNF Also: ALV, AZN, BP, CCJ, GE, GSK, LAZ, LGI, NOK, RDS-B, SMFG, SAN, TMRAY, ITRN, NVAX, PLUG, TEVA, BGEN, UUUU, TBPH, VEOEY, VEDL, ESTE, KL, NTR, AZRE, ENLV
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