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“Unprecedented Liquidity Pressure” – Chinese Property Stocks Crater As Kaisa Misses Payment

“Unprecedented Liquidity Pressure” – Chinese Property Stocks Crater As Kaisa Misses Payment

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge Two days after we reported that “China Junk Bond Yields Hit All Time High As Property Default Contagion Spreads”, the index of Chinese junk bond yields has hit a fresh all time high, rising above 21% on Thursday… … as the contagion vortex in the Chinese property sector claimed yet […]

China Junk Bond Yields Hit All Time High As Property Default Contagion Spreads, Home Sales Plunge 32%

China Junk Bond Yields Hit All Time High As Property Default Contagion Spreads, Home Sales Plunge 32%

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge It may seem like ancient history now, with the S&P obliviously plowing ever higher, but just over a month ago stocks briefly panicked over fears that China’s property market, the largest single asset-class in the world according to Goldman… … was about to implode as a result of a domino […]

Six Evergrande Execs Face ‘Severe Punishment’ Over Early Redemptions For Themselves

Six Evergrande Execs Face ‘Severe Punishment’ Over Early Redemptions For Themselves

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge Six senior Evergrande executives are facing “severe punishment” for securing early redemptions for themselves on investment products which the imploding Chinese real estate giant told retail investors they couldn’t repay on time. According to the Financial Times, over 40 group executives had personally invested in its investment products – with six of them securing early […]

China Yuan Swaps Soar Amid Fears Evergrande Default Will Lead To Liquidity Crisis

China Yuan Swaps Soar Amid Fears Evergrande Default Will Lead To Liquidity Crisis

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge The initial contagion from the upcoming default of Evergrande, which after the company’s hiring of bankruptcy advisor Houlihan Lokey is just a matter of days, is starting to emerge. China’s one-year onshore swap curves surged to the highest in almost four years, signaling market worries over liquidity shortage on potential default […]

Why the Fed Needs Public Banks

Why the Fed Needs Public Banks

    by Ellen Brown The Fed’s policy tools – interest rate manipulation, quantitative easing, and “Special Purpose Vehicles” – have all failed to revive local economies suffering from government-mandated shutdowns. The Fed must rely on private banks to inject credit into Main Street, and private banks are currently unable or unwilling to do it. […]

Here’s an example of a bank you want to avoid

Here’s an example of a bank you want to avoid

By Simon Black, March 6, 2017 , Santiago, Chile A few weeks ago, one of our Europe-based Total Access members reached out to ask us about a bank account he was considering for his new business. This is important stuff. As I’ve written before, most people spend more time thinking about what they’re going to have […]