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The China Evergrande Group logo at the lobby of the Evergrande Center in Shanghai, China. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

Some investors in China Evergrande say they have not received crucial bond payments after the expiry of a 30-day grace period on Monday, as the world’(...)

A man carries a box in front of Spice Bazaar at Eminonu district in Istanbul on Thursday. Turkey-watchers identify four key pressure points facing the economy. Photograph: Ozan Kose/AFP via Getty Images

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s defence of recent interest rate cuts and declaration of an “economic war of independence” has sent the lira p(...)

Evergrande Centre building in Shanghai:   The Chinese property group may not be the only one to struggle for finance. Photograph: Alex Plavevski/EPA

China’s property sector woes could spell trouble for prestige mega-projects in London, New York, Sydney and other top cities, as the developers behind(...)

Digicel struck a deal with certain bondholders in early 2019, after months of hard negotiations, to delay getting their money back, as it struggled under a then $7 billion-plus debt mountain and declining earnings.

Denis O’Brien-owned Digicel’s improved creditworthiness from an up to $1.85 billion (€1.6 billion) deal to sell its Pacific unit will be limited as a (...)

A visitor in the sales office for Evergrande Mansions in Dongguan, China Photograph: Gilles Sabrié/The New York Times

International bond sales by Chinese developers have all but halted as the crisis at China Evergrande stokes fears of defaults across the country’s pro(...)

Smurfit Kappa stock slipped 2.2%  to €44.35

European stocks slumped to their lowest in two months on Friday as warnings from companies and factory activity data highlighted the economic headwind(...)

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 (...)

A protest outside Evergrande’s headquarters  in Shenzhen, China

Nine years ago US hedge fund manager Andrew Left, of Citron Research, penned a report on Chinese real estate group Evergrande, claiming the business e(...)

Police officers and security guards stand in front of the barricaded entrance to the Evergrande group headquarters in Shenzhen, China, on Tuesday. Photograph: Bloomberg

Investors are confronting the growing possibility that Chinese property developer Evergrande will default, a debacle that could cascade across global (...)

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