In early April, some of mainland China’s largest real estate developers continue to issue new dollar bonds as a spring sales recovery boosts demand for cash. Both Evergrande and Sunac made the headlines with their sales of $2 billion and… Read More>>
CapitaLand announced today a $556 million first closing of its inaugural discretionary real estate debt fund, as Chinese property developers seek to refinance over $41 billion in debt during the first half of 2019.
The fund, named Credo 1, has… Read More>>
Financially troubled mainland conglomerate HNA Group has now disclosed that it is seeking to unload a set of domestic assets worth RMB 7.6 billion ($1.1 billion), according to local media reports citing public statements by officials representing the parent company of… Read More>>
Zhonghong Holdings, the real estate developer controlled by tycoon Wang Yonghong announced last week that it had defaulted on RMB 1.1 billion ($160 million) in credit obligations in the month of July, bringing the Beijing-based company’s total past-due obligations to… Read More>>
China’s Evergrande Group, the country’s second largest property developer by sales in 2017, said it would shift its development model from pursuing top line growth, to achieving efficiency and quality after it announced a record jump in profit in its… Read More>>
What was once the site of one of Asia’s most challenging airports is rapidly turning into a lifesaver for China’s debt-addled HNA Group after the mainland conglomerate announced a deal yesterday that could provide it with a loan of as… Read More>>
New land in China is now going for as much as three times the auction minimum at the same time that the country’s exchange rates, and the global interest rate outlook appear increasingly unstable.
This combination of financial forces is… Read More>>
The Chinese yuan has fallen as much as 4.67 percent in the last week, and while the sudden change has been cheered by China’s exporters, it could be bad news for the country’s heavily indebted property developers.
After trading at… Read More>>
Shanghai-based Shimao Property is heading to the international bond markets for the second time this year, as the real estate developer seeks to improve its liquidity and finance both existing and new projects during China’s property downturn.
In this latest… 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>>