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Shares in the Chinese property firm Evergrande have fallen as problems in the country’s struggling housing market deepen – affecting the wider economy. Its mainland unit Hengda Real Estate has defaulted on 4bn yuan (£449m; $547m) of debt, it revealed on Monday. The BBC’s Analysis Editor Ros Atkins examines the background to the current crisis. Please subscribe here: 🤍 #China #BBCNews
China’s property market is in crisis. Home prices are falling, developers are defaulting and people are angry. The worry is that a total collapse will bring down an already faltering economy. Bloomberg Originals explores how the real estate sector became such a mess and what the implications could be for the global economy. In late September 2023, Hui Ka Yan, the billionaire chairman of beleaguered property developer China Evergrande Group, was placed under police control, according to people with knowledge of the matter. For more on this latest development: 🤍 #china #realestate #bloomberg Like this video? Subscribe: 🤍 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: 🤍 Bloomberg Originals offers bold takes for curious minds on today’s biggest topics. Hosted by experts covering stories you haven’t seen and viewpoints you haven’t heard, you’ll discover cinematic, data-led shows that investigate the intersection of business and culture. Exploring every angle of climate change, technology, finance, sports and beyond, Bloomberg Originals is business as you’ve never seen it. Subscribe for business news, but not as you've known it: exclusive interviews, fascinating profiles, data-driven analysis, and the latest in tech innovation from around the world. Visit our partner channel Bloomberg Quicktake for global news and insight in an instant.
Country Garden, once seen as one of China’s most stable property developers, is now struggling financially, leaving the future of unfinished megadevelopments like the $100 billion Forest City in doubt. The real estate project in southern Malaysia was planned to house around 700,000 people, but only 9,000 people live there with most units left empty. So why are Chinese real estate companies like the Evergrande Group and Sunac falling into financial distress? WSJ explains why China’s real estate developers are in the red. 0:00 Forest City 0:48 China’s real estate market 2:56 What’s next? News Explainers Some days the high-speed news cycle can bring more questions than answers. WSJ’s news explainers break down the day's biggest stories into bite-size pieces to help you make sense of the news. #China #RealEstate #WSJ
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There seems to be a discrepancy when it comes to data regarding China's housing market. Official statistics show new-home prices have slipped just 2.4% from a high in August 2021, while those for existing homes have dropped 6%. But the picture emerging from property agents and private data providers is far more dire. Charlie Zhu reports on Bloomberg Television. Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
The real estate sector contributes a staggering 25-30% of China's GDP. But why does China continue building new cities when over 90% of households already have a home? 🤔 In this eye-opening video, we delve deep into China’s Real Estate Crisis of 2023, exploring how it went from driving China's economy to the brink of disaster. Brace yourselves, it's way worse than you might think! Don't forget to like and share this video with your friends and family. And if you’ve enjoyed our content thus far, help us reach our goal of 50K subscribers by the end of this month! We have more exciting videos coming up soon (promise!). Subscribe now for more thought-provoking content coming your way. China’s Real Estate Crisis 2023 is unfolding & you don't want to miss the latest updates. Stay tuned & let us know your thoughts in the comments👇 Also, if you're looking for a rewarding work-from-home JOB opportunity with a median salary of nearly ₹50,000 and no prior insurance knowledge requirement, check out the link & apply now at Ditto Insurance- 🤍 Looking for more in-depth explainers? Check out our other videos: Beat Inflation in India 2023- 🤍 Analysing DMart business model - 🤍 Reliance Retail cheats investors?- 🤍 Why are Bengaluru rents out of control- 🤍 Subscribe to Finshots, our 3-min daily financial newsletter: 🤍 Follow Finshots on : LinkedIn - 🤍 Instagram- 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 - Disclaimer: This channel is owned by Tacterial Consulting Private Limited (Finshots) - a SEBI Registered Investment Advisor. The content is designed for educational and informational purposes only and shall not be construed as investment advice, solicitation, recommendation or endorsement of any kind. Please evaluate all the risks associated with the use of any information or other content on this channel. We will not be liable for damages of any kind resulting from such use.
China has extended a package of stimulus measures for its troubled real estate sector, including loan relief for property companies struggling with payments. The People's Bank of China and financial regulators said they want to 'ensure the delivery of homes' currently under construction. Some loans will be extended to next year. The relief is seen as part of a broader policy roll-out to support and stabilize a real estate market where financing has all but dried up. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #China #Housing #realestate
Property giant Evergrande has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US as the real estate crisis in China deepens. It will allow the heavily-indebted company to protect its assets in the US as it works on a multi-billion dollar deal with creditors. Evergrande defaulted on its huge debts in 2021, which sent shockwaves through global financial markets. The group's real estate unit has more than 1,300 projects in more than 280 Chinese cities, according to its website. Please subscribe here: 🤍 #China #US #BBCNews
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Let's discuss China and the impact to the global economy, why Evergrande filed for Bankruptcy, how Country Garden could be next, and what this could mean for you watching - Enjoy! Add me on Instagram: GPStephan PROMOTIONAL OFFER: Get Up To 12 FREE STOCKS when you sign up and make a deposit using my paid affiliate link for WeBull: 🤍 GET MY WEEKLY EMAIL MARKET RECAP NEWSLETTER: 🤍 The YouTube Creator Academy: Learn EXACTLY how to get your first 1000 subscribers on YouTube, rank videos on the front page of searches, grow your following, and turn that into another income source: 🤍 - $100 OFF WITH CODE 100OFF THE CHINA ECONOMIC CRISIS: -High Youth Unemployment: Higher education expanded faster than market demand - meaning, there are more college graduates than there are jobs to pay them - and, as a result, a high portion of Chinese Youth are unemployed. As it stands right now, “the jobless rate of 16-to-24-year-olds rose to 21.3%,” which has been steadily rising, each and every year since the survey was started in 2018. China says that it’s a big “misunderstanding" - instead, they explain that the surveys used to collect the data just “need to be further improved and optimized." I'll let you be the judge of that. -Real Estate Bubble: China was building 5 TIMES as many homes as America and Europe (COMBINED) and, supply was still so limited that several cities used a lottery to allocate them, some with odds as low as 1-in-60. However, with demand slowing down, property developers had a harder time raising money to stay afloat. They couldn’t afford to finish their “pre-constructed” units, and even though this started with the property giant, Evergrande, ”Within four weeks, more than 320 projects in about 100 cities were facing protests, roiling markets and forcing authorities to corral banks and developers to defuse the unrest.” -Currency Deflation: When prices come down, it’s a sign of less demand - and, when your money becomes more valuable the longer you hold on to it, the less likely you are to spend it, which causes prices to fall even further, and starts the cycle all over again, until - eventually - companies scale back, produce less, and the economy falls. It's also said that “Chinese consumers are spending less, in part because a slump in housing prices has affected their savings, much of which are tied up in property. Jobs tied to housing that were once abundant are disappearing. And the uncertainty of how far the crisis might spread is leaving companies and small businesses afraid to spend.” -A Shadow Banking Crisis: One of China’s largest shadow banks is under a microscope after they missed their payments to 3 publicly traded companies. As for the official statement, a potential informant has said that “we can’t make any public announcement now…The main reason is that we are still actively checking our underlying assets, and we are trying our best to recover the assets for you. Now if we disclose the underlying assets for a certain product, it might cause a dramatic shrinking of the assets. We can’t do this because this is being irresponsible.” The good news is that, thankfully, it appears as though the United States has very little exposure to the Chinese financial crisis. One analysis explains that, in the big picture, it’s estimated that the US controls about $215 billion dollars of direct investment in China, along with $300 billion dollars worth of portfolio investments, consisting of their stocks and bonds. For comparison, the United States stock market is worth $46 Trillion dollars. The entire value of our housing market is worth another $43 trillion dollars. On top of that, it’s also said that China’s contribution to US trade is less than 1% of our GDP - so, it’s also unlikely to have a dramatic effect on our consumer demand. My ENTIRE Camera and Recording Equipment: 🤍 For business inquiries, you can reach me at grahamstephanbusiness🤍gmail.com *Some of the links and other products that appear on this video are from companies which Graham Stephan will earn an affiliate commission or referral bonus. Graham Stephan receives cash compensation from Public for sponsored advertising materials. Graham Stephan is part of an affiliate network and receives compensation for sending traffic to partner sites. The content in this video is accurate as of the posting date. Some of the offers mentioned may no longer be available. This is not investment advice. Public Offer valid for U.S. residents 18+ and subject to account approval. There may be other fees associated with trading. See Public.com/disclosures/
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The rapid expansion of China's property sector was powered by a great migration from the farms to the cities - and built on cheap credit. The FT tells the story of Evergrande, the most indebted property developer in the world, which now stands on the brink of collapse. It's a story that changes the outlook for China's position as the locomotive of global economic growth. But is this China's Lehman Brothers moment? Read more at 🤍 Produced, directed and edited by Daniel Garrahan #Evergrande #property #China #EvergrandeGroup #Housemarket, #propertymarket #propertyboom #Asia #investinginAsia #investment, #HongKong #business #realestate #residentialproperty #migration #Chinaeconomy #Chinagrowthmodel #financialcrisis #LehmanBrothers #growth #globalgrowth #Greengrowth #factories #factoryworkers #HuiKaYan #bonds #debt #borrowing #bondmarket #finance #Markets See if you get the FT for free as a student (🤍 or start a £1 trial: 🤍 ► Check out our Community tab for more stories on the economy. ► Listen to our podcasts: 🤍 ► Follow us on Instagram: 🤍
China's real estate industry grew at lightning speed from the late 1990s and was a major driver of the country's turbocharged economic expansion. But with growth slowing and debts swelling, authorities cut off access to easy loans in 2020, creating a bigger crisis for embattled property developers that continues to today. Here is a look at how the crisis in the property sector one of the most important pillars of the nation's economy has affected the lives of people in China. Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only
A contagion is already happening within the property and real estate industry in China, given the number of developers who have defaulted on investment bonds. But the impact is unlikely to extend to the broader Chinese economy, as China is suffering more significantly instead from the lack of export demand. Mr Francis Tan, investment strategist at UOB, shares more on CNA’s Asia First. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service for must-read stories: Telegram - 🤍 WhatsApp - 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
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Winnie Wu, China equity strategist at BofA Securities, discusses the government's efforts to support the economy and the property market, and the implications for the stock market. China's Securities Regulatory Commission said Tuesday the country will maintain stable financing channels in capital markets for real estate developers. Wu also talks about the BofA China A-share Wax & Wane Indicator as she speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open." Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
The financial woes of China’s largest property developers are rippling through the country’s economy, as lawsuits pile up with businesses and workers owed hundreds of billions in payment. The country’s ongoing property crisis was triggered by the government’s attempt to reform and de-leverage the sector to prevent a housing bubble. Real estate forms the backbone of China’s economy, contributing about 30 per cent of its gross domestic product, with some 80 per cent of residents' wealth locked in the sector. Experts told CNA the sector is undergoing a long-term transition, as China has to wean its reliance on the sector given its shifting population trends. CNA’s Low Minmin reports. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service for must-read stories: Telegram - 🤍 WhatsApp - 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍
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Once China's largest real estate firm, Evergrande defaulted in 2021 and is saddled with more than $300 billion in liabilities. It's become a symbol of the Chinese property crisis that many fear could spill over globally. We speak to experts. #china #economy #evergrande Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍
00:00 - Intro 01:39 - Recap 04:06 - Chapter 15 filing 05:52 - China’s real estate market 08:13 - The concerns 09:03 - How this differs from 2008 12:20 - Closing thoughts Evergrande recently filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy - let's dive into what this means, and where China's real estate market (and economy) stand today. DISCLAIMER: I do not hold positions in any of the mentioned companies. This channel is for education purposes only and does not constitute financial advice - Richard is not responsible for investment actions taken by viewers. Please seek out a registered advisor if you require assistance (while Richard is a registered portfolio manager at WDS Investment Management, he does not provide advice through The Plain Bagel, which is not affiliated with his employer).
“China property sales will continue to decline due to trend of population, birth ratio and marriage.” Shujin Chen, head of China financial & property research at Jefferies, discusses China’s property market, mortgage rates and net interest margins. She speaks on Bloomberg Television. Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Construction worker Shi Tieniu bought a presale apartment in an industrial city in northwestern China's Shaanxi province, billed as a 'superior product' to be 'passed down through generations.' Eight years later, it is an unfinished shell 🤍 Keep up with the latest news from around the world: 🤍 #News #Reuters #newsfeed #china #realestate #homebuyers Subscribe: 🤍 Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get the latest news on: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Reuters on Instagram: 🤍
In July, thousands of Chinese homebuyers threatened to boycott mortgage payments. Since the Evergrande Crisis, other cash-strapped developers have halted construction, leaving millions in limbo. Over speculation left Chinese property market in jeopardy. Meanwhile, desperate homebuyers have moved into their unfinished apartments, making do without electricity and water. With echoes of the 2008 US subprime mortgage financial crisis, people around the world are closely watching how this crisis in China will unfold. What is behind China's mortgage crisis? For greater INSIGHT into issues affecting Asia: 🤍 = ABOUT THE SHOW: Insight investigates and analyses topical issues that impact Asia and the rest of the world. #CNAInsider #CNAInsiderInvestigates #China #Evergrande #RottenTailBuilding For more, SUBSCRIBE to CNA INSIDER 🤍 Follow CNA INSIDER on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
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The Great Fall of China's Real Estate! The Whole Story: Why isn't the Chinese middle class buying homes as it used to? Archana Solanki explains the real estate crisis in the world's second-largest economy and why it is worsening day by day #china #chinese #middleclass #realestate #homes #realestatecrisis #economy #chinaeconomy #businessnews #businessnewstoday #businessnewsinenglish #sharemarkettoday #cnbctv18 🔴CNBC TV18 LIVE TV: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to our Channel: 🤍 - 👑 Check Out Top CNBC TV18 Playlist Videos: 🔹CNBC TV18 Classic Interviews: 🤍 🔹CNBC TV18 Digital: 🤍 🔹CNBC TV18 Weekend Special: 🤍 🔹CNBC TV18 Next-Gen: 🤍 🔹Overdrive Show: 🤍 🔹CNBC TV18 Newsreels: 🤍 🔹Young Turks: 🤍 🔹Starup Streets: 🤍 You can also connect with CNBC-TV18 News Online Catch the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC-TV18 round the clock: 🤍 Stay updated with all the market action in real time: 🤍 You can also stay updated with all the latest news on-the-go with CNBC-TV18 Minis: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Catch us on: Linkedin: 🤍 n18oc_business About CNBC-TV18: India's leading business news channel, CNBC-TV18 offers the most comprehensive coverage of businesses, the economy and the financial markets. Catch all your favourite shows, exclusive videos, big-ticket interviews and more here.
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The collapse of China’s property sector over the past couple of years has made some Chinese cities incredibly cheap, with reports saying it is as “cheap as a cabbage,” says Sky News Business Reporter Edward Boyd. The property sector’s collapse was triggered by apartment building giant Evergrande defaulting on its debts in 2021.
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Many in China have no other option than to move into unfinished homes. Yet, there are others who don't want to leave their old homes. A look at China's uncertain property market. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #China #housing #property
A property crisis in China is deepening as the number of debt-ridden developers grows after Beijing capped their loans. Real estate giant Evergrande is struggling to pay back $300bn in loans. And the company is now fighting the demolition of dozens of apartment blocks. Al Jazeera’s Katrina Yu reports from Danzhou in Hainan province, China. - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #China #Evergrande #EvergrandeCrisis
"The issue is that the property sector is too big and needs to shrink." Andy Xie, a Shanghai-based independent economist, discusses the prospects for the Chinese economy, the challenges it faces, and the government's efforts to support growth. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: 🤍 Connect with us on... Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍