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China Evergrande: from ‘controlled demolition’ to near-certain default and state takeover, money managers outline views on unfolding debt crisis
Evergrande has slumped 82 per cent this year, wiping out almost US$20 billion of value, while its offshore bonds tanked to distressed levelsGlobal fund managers see a range of outcomes amid official silence, with most citing the need to prevent social disorder from angry customers
China's HNA Group, once one of the country's most acquisitive conglomerates, said on Fridaynight (Sept 24) that its chairman and its chief executive had been taken away by police due to suspected criminal offences.
PAUL SELVA RAJ , Secretary-general , Federation Of Malaysian Consumers Associations
SINGAPORE: China Evergrande slipped toward a kind of limbo on Friday as time ticked away on an interest payment deadline which global markets are watching for signs of default, leaving investors on tenterhooks over the embattled property giant's fate.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian investors trod carefully on Wednesday (Sept 22) but nerves appeared to be settled by news that troubled Chinese property giant Evergrande had agreed on a plan to repay interest on one of its key bonds, for now avoiding a default that many fear could hammer the domestic and global economy.
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."