Tag Archives: real estate

Chinese stocks fall amid geopolitical tensions; focus on the parliamentary meeting

SHANGHAI, March 4 (Reuters) – Chinese stocks fell on Friday amid geopolitical tensions and concerns over the property market, with investors nervously watching for hints of an easing of measures at the next congressional meeting. The CSI300 index (.CSI300) fell 0.9% to 4,509.53 at the end of the morning session, …

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CEO Spotlight: Jakapun Viwatkurkul, CEO and Chairman of Mstar Holding

Jakapun Viwatkurkul is the CEO and Chairman of Mstar Holding, a global CONGLOMERATE holding company heavily invested in sectors such as advanced technology development, food, real estate, e-commerce, gold mining, telecommunications , finance, education and healthcare with current expansion in Thailand, United Arab Emirates and India. With the company’s recent …

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China’s real estate market is expected to rebound this year

By Liangping Gao and Ryan Woo BEIJING (Reuters) – Shaken by a shortage of cash among developers, China’s property market is expected to remain weak in the first half of 2022 before rebounding later in the year as policies aimed at encouraging buyers help restore sentiment, according to a Reuters …

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The week that was — February 14-19

Traders continue to stay busy as the flurry of news from the private markets shows. Let’s dive into the big stories of the past week. The Bargain corner One of our scoops this week featured Indonesian digital payments platform Xendit, which is finalizing a new funding round worth over $200 …

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Sensex, Nifty end a bit lower; Cement UltraTech, M&M, Infy, RIL weight

India’s stock market continued its lackluster trading for the third straight session as it struggled for firm direction amid the absence of any major developments on the domestic or global front. Additionally, mixed signals from global peers also weighed on the market, with lingering concerns over Ukraine-Russia tensions and fears …

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Spotlight on Trusts & Estates Attorney Joseph Bellinghieri (1)

Our Spotlight series sheds light on the careers and lives of tax professionals around the world. This week’s Spotlight is on Joseph Bellinghieri, a tax attorney who represents individuals and businesses with a variety of real estate, tax, real estate and business issues at MacElree Harvey in West Chester, PA. …

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NextPlay Technologies’ Longroot Selected by Ample Health to Lead Security Token Offering

SUNRISE, Fla., Jan. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — NextPlay Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTP), a digital commerce ecosystem for digital advertisers, consumers, video gamers and travelers, reported that its license long root The Digital Token Offering Platform will serve as financial advisor and underwriter for the Security Token …

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China’s wild markets raise the stakes for traders buying into the rally

(Bloomberg) — The battle between fear and greed is wreaking havoc on Chinese financial markets. Bloomberg’s Most Read With China bulls finally getting some vindication as the country’s stocks and bonds rally, the past week shows that investors need to be prepared for wild swings. Take Country Garden Holdings Co., …

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Asian stocks mixed after China reports slower growth

BANGKOK (AP) — Stocks were mixed in Asia on Monday after China reported its economy grew at an annual rate of 8.1% in 2021, though growth slowed to half that level in the last quarter. . Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney rose, while Hong Kong and Seoul fell. The weakness of …

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Global Financial Crash: China’s ‘Pearl In The Crown’ Latest To Undergo Economic Crisis | City & Business | Finance

As uncertainty mounts over the future of China’s real estate market, a bank now appears to be caught up in the crisis. Founded in 1996, shares of China Minsheng Banking Corp have now fallen due to its loans to debt-ridden companies such as China Evergrande. Over the past year, the …

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Live News: Eurozone inflation hits record 5%

Britain’s richest 10% own nearly half of all the country’s wealth, according to pre-pandemic data, even as inequality has remained stable for the 14 years leading up to March 2020. A tenth of households held 43% between April 2018 and March 2020, data from the Office for National Statistics showed …

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Chinese developer Shimao defaults on fiat loan

SHANGHAI / HONG KONG (Reuters) – Chinese developer Shimao Group defaulted on a loan after missing a payment of 645 million yuan ($ 101 million), the lender said in a letter seen by Reuters on Thursday in the last sign of distress in China’s property sector. China Credit Trust Co …

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Is the Fed ready for another Minsky moment if the asset price bubble bursts?

Text size People use an escalator outside a housing complex of Chinese real estate developer Evergrande, whose financial difficulties suggest that China’s real estate and credit growth pattern may be in decline. NOEL CELIS / AFP / Getty Images About the Author: Desmond Lachman is a senior fellow at the …

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New Year’s Trend: The Demand For Tech Roles Here To Stay

Nicolas Dumoulin, senior managing director, Michael Page India and Thailand, told FE that when there is a change, the increase in jobs increases by 25-30%. Technology roles will continue to be in demand during the current calendar year across industries as digital transformation remains key for businesses. Overall, the year …

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Thailand’s Central Distribution Group Signa Acquires Selfridges | KOLR

Posted: Dec 24 2021 / 05:31 CST / Update: Dec 24 2021 / 05:31 CST A general view of the Selfridges department store in London on Friday, December 24, 2021. The Thai Core Group and Signa from Austria have confirmed their intention to purchase British luxury department store chain Selfridges. …

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How the Chinese property crash is affecting Australia’s iron ore exports

The Chinese real estate market is in shambles, but now it’s “doubling” with a risky move – and the impact on Australia could be catastrophic. When the mining boom began shortly after the impact of the global financial crisis began to be felt around the world, some believed it would …

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Oil prices rise as Omicron fears fade

Oil markets are starting to show signs of recovery following news that Omicron’s impact on demand may not be as large as originally thought. Friday, December 10, 2021 Oil markets as a whole heaved a sigh of relief upon learning that the Omicron variant of COVID-19 may not be as …

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Global stocks are mixed as China prepares to boost markets

BANGKOK (AP) – European stocks and US futures rose on Monday after a lackluster day in Asia, where stocks fell in Hong Kong and Shanghai after struggling Chinese real estate developer Evergrande warned it could running out of money. Take action to reassure investors and avoid blocking growth, The central …

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Asian stocks climb but Omicron worries leave markets nervous

By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asian stocks edged up in choppy trading on Thursday, helped by advances in Chinese real estate stocks, although fears over the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus have capped gains regionally. Remarks by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell also weighed on stock markets, reiterating …

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Enlitic Becomes First U.S. AI Imaging Company To Receive Regulatory Approval To Market In Japan

SAN FRANCISCO, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Enlitic, in collaboration with Konica Minolta Inc. and Marubeni Corporation, today announced that its AI-based product for chest x-ray analysis – CXR-AI – has received approval from Japanese regulators and will be available in the trade through Japan. With this approval, …

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Decoupling is the last thing on the minds of business leaders

November 27, 2021 IF YOU WANT To understand how Asia’s view of the world order has changed, consider the remarks of Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore. When asked recently if China is on the rise and the United States is on the decline, he responded in a nuanced …

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Vietnam has produced a new class of billionaire entrepreneurs

TIT ECONOMICAL Vietnam’s development now has a permanent monument in one of the world’s most prestigious learning locations. After a $ 207 million investment announced earlier this month by Sovico, a Vietnamese holding company, Oxford University’s Linacre College (for graduate students) is set to be renamed in honor of Nguyen …

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Thai youth unemployment at new high

Thai youth unemployment at new high Pandemic restrictions hamper the entire labor market, with possible longer-term consequences, says ILO report Job seekers look at a job board at a job fair held last year in Bitec. (Photo: Wichan Charoenkiatpakul) Unemployment among young men and women in Thailand has reached an …

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Land Tax Concerns for Chinese Homeowners and Buyers Amid Xi Jinping’s Common Prosperity Campaign

“We must actively and steadily push forward land tax legislation and reform, and carry out the pilot projects well,” President Xi Jinping said in August when he explained his vision of leading the Chinese people to the so-called common prosperity, with the property tax being one of the main objectives. …

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China’s long wait for a tax everyone likes to hate

IF SUN YAT-SEN if he had succeeded, China would have been a bold pioneer in real estate taxation. During his exile in Europe from 1896 to 1898, the Republican revolutionary fell under the spell of Henry George, an influential American journalist who believed that a single property tax should replace …

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NextPlay Technologies, Inc. Announces Plans to Launch New Category of Tokenized Medical Real Estate in Conjunction with NextPlay Expansion into Medical Tourism

SUNRISE, FL, October 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – NextPlay Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTP) (the “Company” or “NextPlay”), a digital business ecosystem for consumers, digital advertisers, video gamers and travelers, today announced plans to form the MedTrek Fund, which is expected to be a closed-end fund securitized by …

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Factoring Market Research Report by Type, Industry, Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Factoring Market Research Report By Type (International Factoring, Non-Notification Factoring & Notification Factoring), By Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation & Banking, Financial Services & Insurance), By Region (Americas, Asia – Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 New …

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Calfee, Halter & Griswold sue on behalf of noteholders of RP Oldco Inc. (formerly Rustic Pathways Australia (USA), Inc.) against Henry David Venning and other insiders

NEW YORK, Oct. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Law firm Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP has filed a complaint on behalf of the noteholders of RP Oldco Inc., formerly known as Rustic Pathways Australia ( USA), Inc., against Henry David Venning, Michael C. Lucas as Trustee of the Henry David …

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Global Consumer Credit Markets, Competition, Forecast and

Dublin, 04 Oct 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Consumer Finance Market, By Type (Secured Consumer Finance, Unsecured Consumer Finance), By Type Of Secured Consumer Finance Product, By Unsecured Consumer Finance Product Type, By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026 “report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Consumer Credit …

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Asian stocks prolong global fall as inflation fears bite

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian stocks followed Wall Street sharply lower and bonds rallied on Friday as risk sentiment deteriorated amid mounting concerns that inflation could persist even after global growth spikes . Japan’s Nikkei fell 1.86%, while the larger Topix slipped 1.95%. Australian stocks fell 2.05% and …

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South Korea steps up housing plan (Minister of Finance)

SEOUL, Sep 29 (Yonhap) – Finance Minister Hong Nam-ki said on Wednesday that the government is accelerating a plan to provide housing in Seoul and other areas, with the aim of curbing high prices for housing. In February, the government unveiled the plan that relaxed building regulations and supported redevelopment …

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How China plans to avoid financial crisis Evergrande

“The government can put them under surveillance and put pressure on them through their employers or relatives not to create problems,” said Minxin Pei, professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, who writes a study on China’s internal security apparatus. China has a long way to go on its ability …

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Federal Reserve plans to hike rates in 2022

This is an audio transcript of the FT News Briefing podcast episode: Federal Reserve plans to hike rates in 2022 Marc FilippinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Thursday, September 23. And this is your FT News Briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] The Federal Reserve’s timetable for raising interest rates appears to …

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Fed policy and Evergrande debt weigh on sentiment

Recap: European and emerging markets were mixed on Friday as investors and global traders assessed the prospect of a reduction in US Federal Reserve stimulus and the risks of a likely default from the Chinese real estate developer riddled with Evergrande debts. The SET index traded in a narrow range …

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Fitch Downgrades China Evergrande, Sees “Likely” Default

By Andrew Galbraith (Reuters) -Fitch Ratings lowered the ratings of China Evergrande Group and two of its subsidiaries on Wednesday, the latest in a series of downgrades targeting the real estate company amid concerns over its ability to restructure its massive debts. Regulators have warned that Evergrande’s liabilities of 1.97 …

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Chinese credit beats Asian peers as Huarong worries fade

(Bloomberg) – Despite China’s regulatory crackdown on private companies and the China Evergrande group’s worsening woes, the nation was the place to go in Asia for corporate bond yields in August, and the optimism could persist. That’s because one of the worries hanging over the nation’s bond investors eased after …

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The case of mutual educational disarmament

August 21, 2021 ETREND OF THE CONOMISTS be big fans of education, which is perhaps not surprising considering how much they consume and the quality of their textbooks. Alfred Marshall, writing in 1873, hoped that education would help to erase the “distinction between workers and gentlemen”. Gary Becker of the …

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Chinese stock market set to increase earnings

(RTTNews) – The Chinese stock market advanced in two consecutive sessions, rallying more than 70 points or 2% along the way. The Shanghai Composite Index now sits just below the 3,530 point plateau and is called up again on Wednesday. Global forecasts for Asian markets are cautiously optimistic, largely supported …

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China’s summer of stock market turmoil: a timeline

(Bloomberg) – The overhaul of tutoring companies in China has triggered a few volatile weeks for both onshore and Hong Kong stock markets, leaving investors on edge. After heavy losses, traders are looking for what regulators might target next as Beijing tightens its grip on a range of sectors from …

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Global Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market (2020 to 2026)

Dublin, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market Research Report by Technology, Application, Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global ceramic sanitary ware market size was estimated at USD 45.27 billion in 2020 and …

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FirstFT: Today’s best stories | Financial Time

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT Asia newsletter. register here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every weekday morning The G7 tax deal struck by the world’s leading advanced economies this weekend is the first substantial evidence of relaunched international cooperation since President Joe …

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Thailand reports daily record of 41 new COVID-19 deaths

Bloomberg Hong Kong’s old-school tycoons lose to Chinese bosses (Bloomberg) – The prediction was vintage Jack Ma, as provocative as it is prescient. “It’s the internet age,” proclaimed the Chinese billionaire in October 2013, just weeks after his intention to go public with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in Hong Kong …

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IBK advised to reimburse up to 80% of Discovery losses

Investors protest outside the main branch of the Industrial Bank of Korea in Jung District, central Seoul, last year. [NEWS1] The state-run Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) is expected to reimburse up to 80% of structured fund losses through Discovery Asset Management, according to a recommendation from the Financial Supervisory …

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Transactions related to the share buyback program

Bloomberg China’s first global commodity boom warning sign flashes (Bloomberg) – One of the mainstays of this year’s meteoric commodities rally – Chinese demand – could be faltering. Beijing has successfully recovered from the pandemic economy in large part thanks to a credit expansion and a market boom. construction aided …

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HSF and Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung advise K-Water in South Korea on the success of the tender for the Karian-Serpong water project

K-water, South Korea’s public water company, has partnered with Indonesian public construction company Adhi Karya for the project auction hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Housing. The consortium will supply water to West Jakarta and the city of Tangerang in adjacent Banten province under a 30-year concession. …

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