China Resources Land Limited announced in a stock exchange statement on January 31st that it would issue $3.9 billion in offshore bonds, following in the footsteps of 14 other Chinese developers that issued a total of $8.6 billion worth of… Read More>>
Chinese Estates Holding director Kimbee Chan Hoi-wan and members of her husband Joseph Lau’s family purchased a third of $3 billion in senior unsecured bonds issued by China Evergrande Group late last month, swelling the clan’s portfolio of the top-three mainland… Read More>>
China Evergrande Group, the mainland’s most indebted developer, announced on Tuesday that it will conduct a further international offering of $3 billion in senior notes in what has been Asia’s biggest offshore high-yield bond sale so far this year.
The… Read More>>
Debt-laden developer China Evergrande announced on Monday that it had sold $1 billion in senior notes due in 2020, with the new paper carrying 11 percent interest rates.
The company said that the fresh tranche of bonds, which were issued… Read More>>
Country Garden, China’s biggest developer by contracted sales, announced on Tuesday it would raise a combined $850 million through the issue of senior notes in two tranches. The move came just one day after fellow top-ten developer Longfor Properties announced… Read More>>
A couple of heavy hitters in Hong Kong are having a less than stellar start to the week. Shenzhen shopkeepers are not happy with tycoon Li Ka-shing and claim they have been cheated by his CK Hutchison Holdings. Meanwhile, elected… Read More>>
Xiaomi, the Chinese phone maker that built its reputation via online-only sales, may give a boost to physical retail by opening 1,000 new shops on the mainland. Also in the news, GIC and CPPIB could lead the bidding for a… Read More>>
China’s cash-strapped real estate developers are raising record amounts of cash overseas, and Goldman Sachs says you should stay away.
In a report released this week the US investment bank said that debt issued by Chinese real estate developers are… Read More>>
Australian real estate developer Goodman Group scored three new warehouse leases and a successful round of debt financing as the company continues to profit from Greater China’s rapidly growing logistics sector.
Last week the company’s Goodman Hong Kong Logistics Fund… Read More>>
Even interest rates of 12.75 percent are not necessarily enough to entice financiers to buy debt from Chinese developers, as a high yield bond sale failed to reach its target last week. The unwanted offering by Hong Kong-listed developer China… Read More>>