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Hong Kong stocks lower at mid session, Sunac tumbles on big fundraising plan

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Hang Seng Index is still set to snap two weeks of losses, heading for a gain of 0.7 per cent this week (6-0)

China’s HNA Keeps Striking Foreign Deals as Banks Wince and Investors Flee - The New York Times

2017-12-14 nytimes
HONG KONG — With some investors in its bonds running for the exits and foreign banks increasingly skeptical about its prospects, HNA Group tried this week to reassure markets that it has access to the money it needs. (6-0)

Hong Kong stocks reverse early gains as insurers and gaming firms decline

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Hong Kong’s de facto central bank raises interest rates by 25 basis points, matching the Fed’s overnight hike (1-0)

China’s largest rental property securitisation valued at 20 billion yuan gets the go-ahead

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No issue date revealed for asset-backed notes for which China Construction Bank will be lead underwriter (1-0)

Founder of China's embattled LeEco placed on debt blacklist

2017-12-13 channelnewsasia
SHANGHAI: The high-profile founder of struggling Chinese tech conglomerate LeEco has been placed on an official blacklist of debt defaulters, a further blow to a firm that had spent heavily to compete in areas from smart cars to online entertainment. (1-0)

Steinhoff to Win Some Bank Support for Credit Extension - Bloomberg

2017-12-12 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (87-0)

Chinese banks’ bad loans are improving, but everything else is getting worse

2017-12-12 scmp
Liquidity, solvency and profitability all a worry for banks say analysts, with smaller banks struggling in particular (1-0)

New Zealand must act on gender equality in business, says Dame Jenny Shipley

2017-12-08 nzherald.co.nz
It's been 20 years since Dame Jenny Shipley broke the political glass ceiling to become New Zealand's first female Prime Minister. (3-0)

China Minsheng Bank: Negatively Impacted By Weak Asset Quality And Margin Pressures

2017-12-07 seekingalpha
China Minsheng Banking Corp. is highly dependent on inter-bank borrowing, where its COF has been rising. (1-0)

ACCC asked to investigate Adani jobs claim

2017-12-07 smh.com.au
Environmental lawyers have asked Australia's consumer watchdog to investigate Adani's claims that its controversial Queensland coal mine will create a jobs bonanza. (1-0)

Number of Chinese property developers seen shrinking drastically in 3 to 5 years

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UBS sees only single-digit thousands or even hundreds of the currently around 30,000 property firms surviving as the country’s property market cools (3-0)

Tencent and Alibaba’s Taobao brands each worth over US$50b

2017-12-05 scmp
Value of China’s top 10 brands has risen by nearly 40 per cent on the increasing strength of new economy brands (1-0)

China’s hard-pressed home buyers still aren’t sold on renting

2017-12-05 scmp
In July, the government identified 12 cities that have seen net population inflows, including the southern metropolis of Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai, making those cities great places to be a tenant, with subsidies offered galore (84-0)

News Live: Budget 2018-19 may offer larger tax sops to pensioners

2017-12-04 moneycontrol
The political message of Union Budget 2018-19 is expected to be consolidating the gains from the big-ticket changes of the past three years rather than introducing radical departures, reports The Business Standard. This is the conclusion of top officials as the Finance Ministry wraps itself up in the veil of secrecy two months before the Budget is read in Parliament by the finance minister. (65-0)

News Live: HC quashes Rs 5 fare hike proposal by Mumbai metro fare fixation panel

2017-12-04 moneycontrol
The political message of Union Budget 2018-19 is expected to be consolidating the gains from the big-ticket changes of the past three years rather than introducing radical departures, reports The Business Standard. This is the conclusion of top officials as the Finance Ministry wraps itself up in the veil of secrecy two months before the Budget is read in Parliament by the finance minister. (65-0)