Sunac terminates acquisition of Kaisa

Owners asked to repay HK$3.2bn as China property deal abandoned

Telford lauds election fillip for housing

Housebuilder exudes confidence as profits rise by a third

Queen’s Speech proposes planning changes

Government seeks to fulfil election promise to boost home ownership

Priced-out workers forced into long commute

The rapid expansion of cities can leave a shortage of affordable property

Eccentricity is the vital ingredient for success

Cities have always been big business machines but they must retain diversity

Pan Sutong, chairman and chief executive of Goldin Group
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ETFs endure Goldin-Hanergy rollercoaster

Vanguard and BlackRock among largest shareholders in volatile HK groups

Housebuilders set to grow after election

Surprise poll result has caused an upsurge in home construction

New housing starts rise by 31 per cent

Housebuilding at highest rate since 2007

Claer Barrett, FT Money, Editor.
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An imperfect past with echoes of today

Savings rate in 1985 was 8% and you could buy a Docklands flat for £67,000

Powerhouse Habitat set to go public

First large publicly listed residential investment trust for France

HK watchdog defensive after $36bn losses

Head of SFC says market volatility does not imply misconduct

Malaysia’s Iskandar faces property glut

Residential projects scaled back as prices slow

Lenders pour cash into UK property market

Supply of finance jumps sharply, hitting £45bn, amid poor returns from other asset classes

HK market under scrutiny as Goldin falls

Loss of $36bn in market cap draws attention to market rules

A leg-up on to the UK property ladder

Anything that allows more equity and less debt must improve financial stability, writes Neil Record

More than $16bn wiped off HK’s Goldin

Conglomerate’s share price fall raises questions about regulation after Hanergy sell-off

Horse-loving Goldin tycoon takes a tumble

Billionaire with passion for wine and polo takes $13bn hit

Hong Kong: gamble with care

Regulatory action not necessarily needed after Hanergy and Goldin

Culture of impunity and immunity

Multibillion-dollar fines show that what was all right before is not all right now

Global state investors shift into property

Fears over whether public sector is helping to inflate bubbles

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