(Bloomberg) – Ailing Chinese real estate companies had another miserable month in November as the drop in home sales deepened.
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Builders across the country are facing $ 12 billion in trust payments due in December, posing a major challenge for an industry whose cash crunch has spooked global markets. Private sector promoters sell the fewest bonds in the domestic market in almost five years, increasing the risk of further defaults.
Chinese high-yield dollar bonds saw their decline accelerate Wednesday afternoon, falling as low as 3 cents on the dollar, according to credit traders. A gauge of real estate stocks gained 0.1%, while China Evergrande Group was down 1.8%.
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China’s Default Rate Improves For Another Month, Says Bloomberg Intelligence (7:30 a.m. HK)
Chinese issuer default rates could remain stable in December, although more negative news about real estate issuers could spur market volatility and put more bonds in troubled territory, wrote Jason Lee, analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, adding that the market could be reversed. in the midst of positive developments.
China’s default rates in December depend on Evergrande and Kaisa, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. They have a total of $ 171 million in interest payments that are still in 30 day grace periods that end in December. But recent and successful asset sales by developers to state-owned companies have triggered a positive reversal in the market value of Chinese high-yield bonds.
Chinese developers face $ 12 billion in trust payments this month (7:15 a.m. HK)
Chinese developers face $ 12 billion in fiat payments due in December, posing a major challenge for the industry whose liquidity shortage has spooked global markets.
Companies have already defaulted this year on more than $ 10 billion of these high-yield, short-term products, which had been seen as a legitimate, safe and predictable place to park money primarily for the wealthy Chinese and the institutions. This adds to at least $ 10.9 billion in potential losses in other wealth products from developers, including China Evergrande Group, which has angered employees and tens of thousands of people across the country. China.
Developers are struggling to stay afloat after Beijing pushes to curb the industry after years of meteoric growth. A deepening contagion in the $ 3 trillion trust sector will add pressure on policymakers to mitigate the crisis to avoid a more dramatic slowdown, with the real estate sector accounting for around 15% of the market. economy.
An overview of Evergrande’s maturity schedule:
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