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Hong Kong’s Hang Seng to remove Evergrande from its China Enterprises index

A housing complex by Chinese property developer Evergrande in Beijing. The indebted Evergrande has remitted the funds for a key interest payment that was due Sept. 23 — ahead of a 30-day grace period, Chinese state media Securities Times reported.

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Evergrande’s stock dipped 1.44% on Monday morning. Year to date, the stock has plunged more than 80%.

In place of Evergrande, Hang Seng is adding biopharmaceuticals firm Innovent Biologics to the China Enterprises index.

Changes to the Hang Seng

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S&P Global Ratings said in a Monday note that JD’s business model is “well positioned” for China’s strained conditions.

“The online retailer is outperforming its peers in China during a resurgence of COVID cases in the country and faltering consumer sentiment amid a housing downturn,” S&P said.

“ has also been investing heavily for years now in its logistics and supply chain infrastructure. This has given the entity better control over supply chains while its competitors were hit with outages,” the report said.

S&P Global Ratings expects JD’s revenue to jump more than 18% per year in the next 18 to 24 months.

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