S’pore stocks, currency rebound after concerns ease on possible Evergrande default

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s stocks rebounded on Thursday (Sept 23) as concerns eased over a possible default on debt repayments by China Evergrande Group.

Chinese regulators issued a broad set of instructions to the company to focus on completing unfinished properties and repaying individual investors while avoiding a near-term default on its US dollar bonds.

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