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SHANGHAI/HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group on Friday said it was hiring more financial and legal advisers after a group of international creditors said it would take "enforcement action" if the property developer did not do more to resolve a debt default.
THE United States tech sector has single-handedly powered Wall Street’s rally in recent years, but is being battered by the dramatic repricing of bond yields and Federal Reserve (Fed) interest rate expectations.
SHANGHAI: China stepped up its monetary easing efforts to prop up a slowing economy this week by lowering a set of key policy rates and lending benchmarks, and markets believe Beijing could ease further before growth bottoms out.
Thailand's economy is still expected to grow 3.5%-4.5% this year driven by fiscal policy, exports and investment, despite an outbreak of the Omicron coronavirus variant remaining a challenge, the finance minister said on Thursday.
HONG KONG: Stocks and bonds of Chinese property developers stretched their gains into Thursday on hopes a slew of recent government measures would help ease a funding squeeze in the embattled sector, even as another developer warned of default.
HONG KONG (AFP): Markets mostly rose Thursday (Jan 20) in Asia as investors tentatively returned to buying after recent losses, with Chinese property firms enjoying a much-needed lift on fresh easing measures by the country's central bank.
HONG KONG: China is drafting nationwide rules to make it easier for property developers to access pre-sale funds held in escrow accounts, in its latest move to ease a severe cash crunch in the embattled sector, four people with knowledge of the matter said.
HONG KONG (AFP): Growing fears about the Federal Reserve's plans to fight surging inflation by ramping up interest rates hit Asian markets again Wednesday (Jan 19), following hefty sell-off on Wall Street, while oil prices extended their rally after a blast at a key pipeline.
SHANGHAI: Chinese government bond yields fell across the curve on Wednesday after the central bank's vice governor said it would roll out more policy measures to stabilise the economy amid signs of weakening growth momentum.