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CIFI Holdings (Group) Co Ltd (6CI.SG)

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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0.0320-0.0075 (-18.99%)
At close: 10:55AM CEST
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Previous close0.0395
Bid0.0320 x 7000000
Ask0.0485 x 5800000
Day's range0.0320 - 0.0395
52-week range0.0180 - 0.0795
Avg. volume0
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings date30 Aug 2024 - 14 Sept 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    China developer CIFI gets bondholder go-ahead on restructuring plan

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -Embattled Chinese property developer CIFI Holdings said on Monday it has reached agreement with a key group of bondholders on a plan to restructure its offshore debt. A key group of bondholders has agreed "in principle" on the key terms of a proposal offered by CIFI, the company said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange. The group holds or controls approximately 43% in aggregate of the principal amount of CIFI's offshore notes and bonds.

  • South China Morning Post

    China property: Sunac, Country Garden projects among property developments added to local governments' 'whitelists', to get financial support from banks

    Sunac China Holdings, Shimao Group, CIFI Group and Country Garden Holdings are among property developers whose projects have been included in "whitelists" by local governments in mainland China, a mechanism that qualifies their projects for financial support from banks. While Beijing-based Sunac had 90 projects cleared for loan applications on Monday, Shanghai-based developers Shimao and CIFI had 16 and 18 projects, respectively, added to whitelists over the past week, according to local media r

  • Reuters

    Distressed Chinese developers get project loan backing as Beijing ramps up support

    More distressed property developers in China have had projects added to local authorities' so-called whitelists, reflecting the rapid expansion of a government policy aimed at injecting liquidity into the crisis-hit sector. Sunac China, Greenland, CIFI and SCE Group said local governments had listed some of their projects as being suitable for bank loans, following a similar announcement by Country Garden at the weekend.