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Evergrande Has Finally Defaulted: Here’s What Happens Next

China Blinks: As Contagion From Property Sector Crash Spreads, Regulators Set To Ease Bond Rules
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This is the way Evergrande ends: not with a bang but a whimper.

Three months after an initial shockwave of fear that China’s largest and most indebted property developer was set to default, roiled global markets only to see the company repeatedly kick the can on several occasions even as the final default was always just a matter of when not if (due to billions in interest payments and tens of billions in upcoming debt maturities), overnight ratings agency Fitch (with Moodys and S&P set to follow shortly) officially downgraded insolvent property developers China Evergrande Group and Kaisa Group, saying they had defaulted on offshore bonds.

The downgrades to so-called “restricted default” status came days after the companies failed to make an offshore bond interest payment, even though Evergrande and Kaisa have not officially announced defaults that will result in drawn-out debt restructuring processes and potentially nationalization…

To read more visit Zero Hedge.

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