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China's Bad Banks Get Worse - Bloomberg Gadfly

2017-11-30 bloomberg
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Gaw, Goldman Are Said to Buy H.K. Malls for Up to HK$25 Billion - Bloomberg

2017-11-28 bloomberg
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REFILE-Blackstone buys China-based packager ShyaHsin in $800-900 mln deal -sources

2017-11-10 reuters
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Global asset manager Blackstone Group LP (BX.N) has reached a deal to acquire China-based cosmetics packaging firm ShyaHsin Packaging (China) Co Ltd for about $800 million to $900 million, four people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. (55-0)

Link Reit investors in line for bigger payout as shop, car park rentals rise

2017-11-08 scmp
The largest real estate investment trust in Asia sees half-year income climb 9.5 per cent to HK$3.76 billion

Blackstone, KKR, others shortlisted for Link REIT's $2 bln Hong Kong assets -sources

2017-10-23 reuters
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI (REUTERS) - Blackstone (BX.N), KKR (KKR.N) and some Chinese investors are among potential bidders shortlisted by Link Real Estate Investment Trust (0823.HK) to buy some of its Hong Kong retail assets valued at about $2 billion, three sources said.

New Rankings From Institutional Investor Show Chinese Corporations Committed To Corporate Governance

2017-07-12 marketwired
HONG KONG, CHINA--(Marketwired - Jul 12, 2017) - Today, Institutional Investor revealed its annual rankings of individuals and companies which best uphold corporate governance standards and engage with investors in a transparent, meaningful way.

Link Reit shares fall after 4b yuan acquisition of Guangzhou shopping mall

2017-04-10 scmp
Shares of Link Real Estate Investment Trust (Link Reit), which owns shopping centres, markets and car parks in Hong Kong fell after it announced it had bought a shopping centre in Guangzhou for 4.06 billion yuan (US$590 million).

Chinese banks to retain role as leading issuers of green bonds in 2017

2017-01-04 scmp
Chinese financial institutions are expected to continue to dominate green bond issuance globally this year, bankers say.

Hong Kong property shares turn toxic as mortgage costs spike

2016-12-15 theedgemarkets
(Dec 15): Hong Kong’s property developers are fast falling out of favor among investors as surging mortgage costs and punitive taxes threaten to choke home sales.

Hong Kong property shares turn toxic as mortgage costs spike

2016-12-15 themalaymailonline
With a majority of new mortgages in Hong Kong tied to Hibor, the city’s homeowners face rising loan repayment costs. — Reuters picHONG KONG, Dec 15 ― Hong Kong’s property developers are fast falling out of favour among investors as surging mortgage costs and punitive taxes threaten to choke home sales.

Hong Kong Property Shares Turn Toxic as Mortgage Costs Spike - Bloomberg

2016-12-15 bloomberg
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Chinese Stocks Extend Slide, Shrugging Off November Data Deluge - Bloomberg

2016-12-13 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.

Link Reit investors get bigger payouts

2016-11-09 scmp
The landlord of shopping malls, markets and car parks sees total interim revenue increase 10pc to HK$4.6bn

Modern Land becomes first mainland developer to issue green bond

2016-10-14 scmp
Modern Land, a Beijing-based homebuilder, has become the first mainland Chinese real estate firm to issue a green bond.

Hong Kong stocks recover from early Brexit panic selling

2016-06-24 scmp
Hang Seng Index ends down 2.9 per cent at 20,259, after having dipped 5.8 per cent by late morning