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Growing concerns about the Evergrande Ignition sale At the $ 428 billion corner of the Asian bond market, he highlighted how the crisis for Chinese real estate developers is spreading to other assets as traders and investors prepare for yesterday’s significant payment deadlines.
Payment status because the deadline has passed Remain unknown, CNN reports, bondholders left Waiting for more information.. However, Chinese authorities have urged local governments to prepare for the possibility of the collapse of the Evergrande. According to The Wall Street Journal..
The Evergrande bond, which was scheduled to pay interest, was trading in $ 0.28. This is a sign of considerable distress as traders are worried about potential fallout if the company begins to miss payments. Failure to pay interest can lead to the largest debt restructuring in China’s history.
It also presents the most serious shock to date across markets where international asset managers have been fascinated by favorable returns as global bond yields approach historically low levels.
Xi Jinping, on the other hand, is only one year away from the unprecedented power of the third term. The biggest financial bet on his presidency By putting Evergrande on the brink of bankruptcy. (FT, CNN, Reuters, WSJ)
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