Evergrande China $300 Billion Default Triggering a Financial Crisis? financial bill

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Evergrande China is a Chinese property developer that is on the verge of defaulting on its massive debt. How will this impact the financial markets in China and the global economy? Could this be similar to the Lehman’s brothers collapse which triggered the Global financial crisis in 2008-2009 or is this creating an irrational sell-off in the stock market? This is the Evergrande China crisis explained.

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23 comments

David Santorsola 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

As usual great video and great job ! Thank you very much!

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Bony Smith 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Great video thanx for sharing

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Blaubarsch Bube 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

7:55 Why are the “account payables” not also considered as “real liabilities”? As he said, those are liabilities to suppliers. Couldnt this also pose a ripple effect?

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Nully B 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

I am stressed about my alibaba investment.

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peng qing 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

good video

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Pablo668 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

For the rest of us, no big thing really, for Us down here in Australia, if Real Estate/Construction in China slows down then our economy will slow down with it. We sell a butt load of resources to China…..at the same time as antagonising them, which is awfully intelligent.

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AHSAN Abeejet 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Investments are the stepping stones to success, investing is what creates wealth.

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ed reeves 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Clean up your language please. Very unprofessional and offensive.

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S Missions 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

At this point you're basically running your own mutual fund lol. You're doing exactly what mutual funds do, except you're doing it on your own.

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Rock Brentwood 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

It's being done on purpose or opportunistically. Xi has the Mao suit on and means it. Expect more action by China, to "help" the further the malaise situation along, on the day of the US (soon-to-fail) Senate debt ceiling vote on the "strike while the iron is hot" precept. Xi is gunning after Capitalism, itself, and has already shown his hand by doing in his own tech sector and billionaire elite. What better way than to spread a burst bubble pandemic worldwide?

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Kong akau 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Is it ok to buy evergrande's share now?

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Lulu Winstead 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Look at how much the world bank lent to China each year and it will make more sense….

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J. 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

i think the real worry is that those 360 Bn. USD of inventories that Evergrande has on its balance sheet, might in reality be wholly or partly unaccounted losses and the real inventories have value nowhere close to those numbers. if that was the case, and if it was similar with other real estate developers balance sheets, this could get ugly. provided the balance sheets are real, i agree that the problem got way overblown, but with china, you have no way to be sure the numbers are real

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R S 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

every China stock that this guy quoted is down in value. It's true the market goes up and down over time. The question is how much time do you have? Are you 30 years old or are you 70 years old? A seventy year old doesn't have 10 years to wait for China to turn around. 95 percent of USA investment firms do not invest in China.

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Medusa Skull 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Interesting. Thanks for the info. How about your opinion on China banning all crypto currency?

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Nigel Jones 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

So the whole of the Chinese and HK property markets accounting for 35%+ of their GDP is going completely bust and you think it's a non-event? You are deluded dude. We are looking at a World Depression.

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dre day 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Can you pin your TOS chart layout here please

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Remington Noble 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Pls save this video

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中兴guanda 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

It's common stance of Western manipulating market with media.
Evergrande will end up like Singapore's Hyflux. After 1 year, nobody bother whether it goes bankrupt or not anymore.

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Vincent Khor 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

I am watching this video with a pinch of salt. The property market in China has a lot more to consider than just to look at the superficial factors alone. The relationships between the property developers with the CCP government play a very important part in determining their survival. We do not see the under current that is waving at all these property giants. .

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Damien Tan 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Adam, can you help to demyth the worry of China’s stocks being overpriced due to having government starting to bring down capitalism and starting nationalism over there? It’s said that current prices alr priced it in. I’m worried about that too.

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Dom 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

Not good insights

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Raymond Ng 28/09/2021 - 9:20 PM

thanks for the video, @adam.

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