Markets have rallied overnight but worries about the Evergrande debt crisis persist. Photograph: iStock

European stocks inched toward record levels on Tuesday as strong results from UBS, Reckitt Benckiser and others added to overall optimism about the th(...)

Construction cranes by unfinished buildings at China Evergrande Group’s Health Valley development on the outskirts of Nanjing, China, on Friday. Photograph: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

European stocks rose on Friday on a surge in technology stocks, strong earnings from France’s L’Oreal and a broad boost to sentiment provided by a sur(...)

European stocks retreated from six-week highs on Thursday, with miners leading the declines on renewed concerns about China’s property sector, while mixed quarterly updates from companies dampened risk appetite.

European stocks retreated from six-week highs on Thursday, with miners leading the declines on renewed concerns about China’s property sector, while m(...)

Evergrande’s shares have been suspended since October 4th pending the announcement of a “major transaction”. Photograph: Gilles SabriŽ/The New York Times

China Evergrande Group investors remain in the dark about the property developer’s progress in negotiating stake sales to meet its looming debt obliga(...)

China Evergrande has more than $300 billion in liabilities. Photograph: Jerome Favre/EPA

Heavily indebted property developer China Evergrande Group owes the equivalent of $28 million for land in the northeastern city of Changchun it bought(...)

Photograph: iStock

Signs that soaring energy prices are putting a dampener on economic growth kept a lid on global stock market gains on Tuesday, while inflation and pol(...)

Evergrande has sparked concerns its troubles could spread through the global financial system. Photograph: Peter Parks/AFP via Getty Images

China Evergrande will sell a majority stake in its property management business for more than $5 billion (€4.3 billion), Chinese media said on Monday,(...)

The China Evergrande Centre in Hong Kong. Photograph: Peter Parks / AFP via Getty Images

Cash-strapped China Evergrande Group left its offshore bondholders guessing whether it would pay interest on a bond coupon due Wednesday despite agree(...)

A worker walks in front of the Evergrande headquarters in Shenzhen, southeastern China on Saturday. Photograph: Noel Celis/AFP

China Evergrande Group’s electric-car unit scrapped plans for a share listing amid what it said is a “serious shortage of funds”, adding to liquidity (...)

Prospective investors walk around the Royal Scenic Peninsula, an Evergrande luxury development in Guangzhou, China, in March, 2009. Experts are warning of an imminent failure for the property giant. Photograph: Alex Hofford/The New York Times

Global markets have watched anxiously as a huge and deeply indebted Chinese property company flirts with default, fearing that any collapse could ripp(...)

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