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China Evergrande Group (EGRNY)

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36.52-0.09 (-0.25%)
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Previous Close36.61
Open36.52
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range36.52 - 36.52
52 Week Range36.52 - 80.20
Volume501
Avg. Volume214
Market Cap18.727B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)15.54
EPS (TTM)2.35
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.58 (10.39%)
Ex-Dividend DateJul 07, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Evergrande Tycoon Loses $20 Billion as Investors Revolt
    Bloomberg

    Evergrande Tycoon Loses $20 Billion as Investors Revolt

    (Bloomberg) -- Just eight months after celebrating a narrow escape from financial disaster, Chinese billionaire Hui Ka Yan finds himself back in crisis-fighting mode.Resurgent concerns about the health of China Evergrande Group, Hui’s flagship property company, have pushed its stock to within a hair’s breadth of the lowest level since March 2020. Bondholders are rushing for the exit too, spooked by missed payments at the developer’s affiliates and a report that regulators are probing Evergrande’

  • Huarong, Evergrande Bond Slump Tests Too-Big-to-Fail Belief
    Bloomberg

    Huarong, Evergrande Bond Slump Tests Too-Big-to-Fail Belief

    (Bloomberg) -- A bond selloff in two of China’s most prolific debt issuers is widening concern over contagion risks in the country’s $862 billion dollar bond market.Bonds of China Evergrande Group, Asia’s largest seller of junk-rated dollar debt, have slumped in recent weeks amid a barrage of negative news. That’s added to the sense of unease created by China Huarong Asset Management Co., one of the biggest issuers of investment-grade securities, as the company’s failure to release financial res

  • China Tells Banks to Stress Test Their Evergrande Exposure
    Bloomberg

    China Tells Banks to Stress Test Their Evergrande Exposure

    (Bloomberg) -- Chinese regulators have instructed major creditors of China Evergrande Group to conduct a fresh round of stress tests on their exposure to the world’s most indebted developer, according to people familiar with the matter.Authorities led by the Financial Stability and Development Committee, China’s top financial regulator, recently told lenders including Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. to assess the potential hit to their capital and liquidity should Evergrande run into