Evergrande has reportedly paid off $83.5 million worth of interest in dollar bonds ahead of deadline to avoid default
Added 10-21-21 11:14:02pm EST - “Debt-laden real estate developer Evergrande has transferred funds to pay $83.5 million bond interest payment, reported state-owned Securities Times and Reuters news agency.” - Businessinsider.com
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Embattled real estate giant China Evergrande has wired $83.5 million to pay the interest on an offshore dollar bond, reported state-owned Securities Times and Reuters news agency.
The property developer had already missed the Sept. 23 deadline for the interest payment, and had a 30-day grace period before it would be considered a default, according to Bloomberg.
This amplified uncertainty in the market over whether the debt-laden real estate developer would be able to meet obligations.
News of the payment sent Evergrande's dollar bonds up 3 cents on the dollar, Bloomberg reported, citing credit traders.
Evergrande is facing several more deadlines on bond payments it has already missed, as well as those on upcoming ones. It has another interest payment worth $45.2 million due to bondholders later this month.
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