China's real estate uncertainties persist, fueling market anxiety

China's real estate uncertainties persist, fueling market anxiety

- While the plunge in Evergrande's shares has abated, the volatility in other Chinese real estate companies has continued this month. - The consensus among economists is that the real estate slump is contained, since it's driven by a top-down government decision to limit reliance on debt in the property industry. - Foreign investors say they are largely in the dark, rather than receiving timely corporate disclosures or clarity on policy. BEIJING — Wild swings in Chinese real estate stocks and bonds are keeping investors on edge — these news headlines could cause troubles in the sector to spill into the rest of the economy, says S&P Global Ratings. While the plunge in Evergrande's shares has abated, the volatility in other Chinese real estate companies has continued this month. On …
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