China’s Property Stock Plunge Isn’t Fazing These Investors

Investors in junk dollar debt sold by Chinese property companies aren’t losing their cool. Chinese real estate bonds actually eked out a small gain on Monday, a Bank of America Corp. high-yield index shows. That compares with a 9.1 percent tumble on the ... ( read original story ...)

China Property Stocks Won’t Stay Cool for Long

China-related property stocks, which made strong gains this year, sold heavily on Monday as investors reacted to another wave of tightening measures by Beijing. But many analysts say the decline is likely to be short-lived. The Hang Seng Index property ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Property Developers Drag Hang Seng Index Lower

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was dragged down 1% today, with Chinese property developer stocks among the worst performers after new property sale restrictions were introduced in eight cities across China in an effort to rein in prices. Apple supply chain ... ( read original story ...)

China property developers dip on new sales restrictions

Hong Kong-listed developers saw share prices drop on Monday as investors reacted to new property sales restrictions imposed across eight major Chinese cities in response to rising house prices. The cities of Changsha, Chongqing, Guiyang, Nanchang, Nanning ... ( read original story ...)

China, HK stocks fall on property curbs, slowdown fears

SHANGHAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - China and Hong Kong shares fell on Monday morning, led by property stocks after some cities imposed new housing controls to hose down an overheated market. Investor sentiment was also undermined by simmering concerns that ... ( read original story ...)

China stocks sag on property curbs, slowdown fears

SHANGHAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - China stocks fell on Monday, as developers slumped after a new round of government curbs to rein in the heated housing market. The blue-chip CSI300 index fell 0.5 percent, to 3,817.79 points, while the Shanghai Composite Index ... ( read original story ...)

Shares in Chinese property developers are getting hammered

“The recent success of policymakers to reign in property price growth amongst China’s larger cities look set to extend to third-tier cities,” he wrote in a note released last month. “Mortgage lending has advanced around 24% year-on-year in first ... ( read original story ...)

Property price controls boost financial stability

Visitors check out a property project at a housing fair in Luoyang, Central China's Henan province. [Photo Provided to China Daily] A number of Chinese cities have extended or rolled out new measures to control property speculation, in a move that will ... ( read original story ...)