Fresh from getting slapped around by China’s insurance regulator over its attempted leveraged buyout of Vanke, Evergrande is back in the headlines this week with more news on a mainland list, and a $4.3 billion share sale. America’s president-elect also… Read More>>
China’s insurance regulator announced on Friday that it has suspended Evergrande Life, the insurance subsidiary of billionaire property developer Xu Jiayin’s China Evergrande Group from investing in the nation’s stock markets.
In a statement published on the China Insurance Regulatory… Read More>>
Pepto-Bismol might be the perfect Christmas gift for Vanke chief Wang Shi as the head of China’s largest developer may be getting a bit queasy over the prospect of one of his home town rivals joining the Vanke board. Also… Read More>>
While China had Singles’ Day earlier this month, Friday brings about the biggest shopping day in America, Black Friday. Not to be outdone by overzealous shoppers looking to grab the hottest toy, several real estate players made their own purchases… Read More>>
Today’s headlines are all about going against the grain. Despite most people being put off by a Donald Trump presidency, Chinese homebuyers don’t seem to mind one bit, while new home sales in Singapore hit a 15-month high even if… Read More>>
With the US presidential election still dominating the headlines, Asia’s real estate markets were a bit neglected this week, but that didn’t stop Singapore’s biggest developer from posting news of a 28 percent rise in profits, thanks to a boost… Read More>>
China’s second largest developer is looking to acquire the UK homebuilder Cala Homes in a £700 million ($856 million) deal, according to a report in London’s Financial Times.
If completed, the acquisition would be the first time takeover of a… Read More>>
Leading the real estate market news today, home purchases in Vancouver fell by 33 percent last month after the government began taxing foreign home buyers, but the impact of a similar 15 tariff on non-residents of Hong Kong seems to… Read More>>
China Evergrande Real Estate appears to have grabbed an opportunity to enter the lucrative mainland share market through a backdoor listing on the Shenzhen stock exchange, following a series of announcements to the Hong Kong stock exchange this week.
The… Read More>>
With debt obligations sitting at RMB 381.3 billion ($57 billion) as of the end of June, Evergrande Group has dumped its money-losing agribusiness, dairy and spring water divisions as Xu Jiayin’s dreams of branching out from real estate into consumer… Read More>>