China’s white list of property developers worthy of support leads Mingtiandi’s headline roundup today, with Country Garden and CIFI holdings said to make the cut. Also in the news, Japan’s Nomura is building a $ 1 billion to participate on… Read More>>
China’s Ping An leads today’s set of real estate headlines again with the insurer denying reports that it has been asked to take over developer Country Garden. Also in the news, Guangzhou’s Agile Group is selling a Malaysian project at… Read More>>
Mingtiandi leads off its first set of people moves for May with the appointment of new leadership for one of Asia Pacific’s longest-standing investment strategies. Also making our list this week are board level moves at Ping An Insurance, China… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, insurance giant Ping An increases its investment in real estate while reducing exposure to developers, and Australia’s Star Entertainment Group markets one of its Gold Coast hotels.
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In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, investors fret over billions in expected losses on Chinese developers’ offshore bonds, Shenzhen-based Logan Group’s shares nosedive as trading resumes on the Hong Kong stock exchange, and Ping An Insurance defends its call… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China’s new home prices post a rare decline amid a growing boycott crisis, banking giant HSBC continues to push back against break-up pressure, and Hong Kong lender Hang Seng reports a profit plunge… Read More>>
Chinese developer Sino-Ocean Group Holding has sold its stake in a commercial project in Beijing’s Fengtai district for RMB 5.02 billion ($740 million) to Ping An Life Insurance amid weakening sales and dropping bond prices.
The mainland financial heavyweight has… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China’s bid to boost home sales during the Labour Day holiday week falls flat, Shanghai’s state-backed landlords suspend rent collection from tenants for up to six months, and Singapore-listed OUE Commercial REIT aims… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Joseph Lau’s Chinese Estates suffers a full-year loss tied to its Evergrande investments, a Singapore condo complex goes back on the market following Hong Kong developer Shun Tak’s exit from the deal, and… Read More>>
The Evergrande dumpster fire continues to command Asia’s real estate news cycle with Reuters reporting that the developer’s discussions with Guangzhou’s Yuexiu Property for a $1.7 billion purchase of the Evergrande Hong Kong headquarters have fallen through. Also, China’s central… Read More>>