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WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve is expected to clear the way on Wednesday for reductions to its monthly asset purchases later this year and show in updated projections whether higher-than-expected inflation or a resurgent coronavirus pandemic is weighing more on the economic outlook.
SHANGHAI: Chinese stocks fell on Wednesday, led by by banking and consumer staples, while real estate shares jumped after developer China Evergrande assured to make bond interest payment.
NEW YORK/HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group, once China's top-selling property developer, inched closer to a key deadline where it risks a default on its bonds, but world markets were calmer as investors and analysts played down the threat of its troubles becoming the country's "Lehman moment."
TOKYO: Concern that China Evergrande may default on its mountain of debt hit shares of toilet maker Toto and other Japanese firms that are seen vulnerable to a further slowdown in China's property development.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s first-ever sale of bonds to finance infrastructure projects is ideally timed as signs the global recovery is stuttering revs up demand for top-rated debt.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - European shares tumbled over 2% to a near two-month low in early afternoon trading on Monday as growing solvency worries about property group China Evergrande spooked investors, in a dour start to a week packed with meetings of major central banks.
HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group bondholders are about to find out if the property giant’s liquidity crisis is as dire as it appears.
BEIJING (Reuters): Cash-strapped developer China Evergrande Group has begun repaying investors in its wealth management products with real estate, a unit of its main Hengda Real Estate Group Co Ltd unit said.
Emerging markets -Thai stocks, baht fall on reports of delayed Bangkok reopening as Philippine stocks lead losses in region
Thailand's baht and stocks fell on Friday, hit by reports of a delay in the tourism-reliant nation's plans to reopen capital Bangkok to international travellers, while other emerging Asian currencies came under pressure from a firmer US dollar.