China Evergrande Group suffered fresh credit downgrades this week from a pair of key credit agencies, and the world’s most indebted developer also caught flack from a paint supplier for failure to repay more than RMB 100 million ($16 million)… Read More>>
Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded the credit-worthiness of China Evergrande Group and three of its subsidiaries, dealing a fresh blow to the mainland’s most indebted developer.
The agency slashed the corporate family ratings for Evergrande and its principal domestic unit,… Read More>>
Trade wars may be jarring financial markets in Hong Kong and mainland China this week, but the market for mainland developer debt appears to be improving, with one of the major international ratings agencies predicting happier financial times ahead.
In… Read More>>
Hong Kong home prices have dropped for the past two months, but any investors dismayed by the market turn after 29 months of climbing prices should get ready for more of the same, according to analysts keeping a watch on… Read More>>
Developer half-year financial results continue to dominate the headlines today, as both Sunac China and Hong Kong’s Sino Land report in with big jumps in profit driven by strong sales in the first six months of 2018. Down in Singapore… Read More>>
October may be time for the mid-autumn festival, but the heat is still on in property markets across the region as Singapore reports a rebound for commercial and residential demand and Hong Kong sees 13,000 buyers show up for a… Read More>>
Credit is at the top of the news today as China’s top commercial developer has its paper downgraded to junk status, while Moody’s makes reassuring noises about some of the mainland’s other leading developers, despite a housing slowdown. Further south,… Read More>>
Leading today’s news, most of the bidders for a site on Singapore’s upper east coast were from China, but a locally-built champion won the rights to build 715 apartments to the island nation. Meanwhile, down in Sydney, Shanghainese developer Aqualand… Read More>>
With China home prices at record levels in many of the country’s largest cities, residential land supply in first-tier cities in China – such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou – increased by over 50 percent from the same period a… Read More>>
Moody’s Investors Service has concluded that China’s economy is at increased risk in the event of a property downturn, and that Chinese authorities are running out of options for mitigating the effects of a slump through fiscal and monetary policies.