Xie Yu Reporter
  • Hong Kong
  • The Wall Street Journal

Xie Yu is a Hong Kong-based reporter covering markets and finance, with a focus on China. Ms. Xie previously worked with the South China Morning Post, covering China's financial markets. She also worked with China Daily, covering domestic political topics including anti-corruption campaigns.

Focus Areas

  • Markets
  • Finance
  • China

75 Articles
about 1 year ago
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Evergrande to Raise $1.5 Billion by Selling Bank Stake to State-Owned Firm

China Evergrande plans to raise about $1.5 billion by selling most of its minority stake in a Chinese bank to a state...

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about 1 year ago
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Sunac Leads Rebound in Chinese Property Stocks

The real-estate developer played down a leaked request for government help, and the country’s central bank said it wa...

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about 1 year ago
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Evergrande Worries Help Fuel Selloff at Chinese Developer Sunac

Investors sold down securities after a leaked document showed a Sunac China Holdings unit asking for government help ...

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about 1 year ago
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U.S. Futures Advance, Hong Kong Stocks Stabilize

U.S. futures rose, suggesting American markets could regain some ground Tuesday after concerns about the Chinese prop...

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about 1 year ago
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How Beijing’s Debt Clampdown Shook the Foundation of a Real-Estate Colossus

In a risky race against time that ran for two decades, China Evergrande turned billions of dollars in borrowed money ...

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about 1 year ago
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Evergrande’s Woes Fuel Selloff in Chinese Property Shares

A selloff in Chinese property stocks intensified, as concern mounted about the effects of an official campaign to rei...

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about 1 year ago
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China’s Property Curbs Send Economic Tremors

Beijing’s pressure on the real-estate sector is being widely felt, raising questions about how much economic pain Chi...

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about 1 year ago
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China Evergrande Hires Financial Advisers as Protests Erupt at Its Offices

China Evergrande moved closer to a potential restructuring of its $89 billion debt burden by hiring outside advisers,...

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over 1 year ago
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China Evergrande Says Construction of Some Projects Has Stalled, Warns of Possible Default

The cash-strapped developer said work has been suspended on some of its real-estate projects after it delayed payment...

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over 1 year ago
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Chinese Bad-Debt Manager Huarong Confirms $16 Billion Annual Loss

The company, a major borrower in international bond markets, rattled global investors earlier this year after it dela...

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over 1 year ago
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Chinese Property Giant Warns of Losses After Cutting Apartment Prices

China Evergrande said its flagship property business incurred a rare loss in the first half of 2021, another setback ...

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over 1 year ago
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Bruised Chinese Internet Companies Try to Win Over Beijing and Investors

Shares of Pinduoduo and JD.com rallied after the companies reported sales jumps and highlighted their contributions t...

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