CHINA: Bitcoin and tech crackdown could be preparation for a bailout of property giant Evergrande group.
An analysis of the financials of the largest residential property developers in China shows Evergrande is not the worst when it comes to debt to equity ratios.
The Bank of England says its base case position on the China Evergrande saga is that it "won't go badly wrong", however the company has failed to meet a deadline for a multi-million dollar interest payment.
Sources close to the Chinese Government have told Asia Markets a deal that will see China Evergrande restructured into three seperate entities is currently being finalised by the Chinese Communist Party and could be announced within days.
China Evergrande contagion grips Asia Pacific markets as experts tip the Chinese Government to lead an "orderly restructure" of the disastrous property developer.
Veteran Chinese stock picker, Andy Rothman of Matthews Asia says he’s gone from being cautiously optimistic on Chinese stocks to all-out bullish.
Chinese Property giant Longfor Group is the latest Chinese property developer to spark investor panic. It's share price has shed more than $2 billion in market cap this week and its bonds are collapsing.
As Xi Jinping secured an unprecedented third five-year term as the leader of the Chinese Communist Party and crushed the remaining remnants of rival factions, rare signs of rebellion have emerged in China.
The Singapore government announced a new set of property cooling measures aimed at cooling down an overheating property market.