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Is there a way of displaying USA Out-of-hours Trading Sessions on a graph?


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    • Hi @skyreach For real estate developers in China, but most likely just about anywhere else in the world, debt is a double-edged sword. Debt can be a valuable asset for rapid growth if not used excessively, while over leveraged debt can pose an irreversible threat to long-term financial health. It is a fine line to walk to find the balance between fast growth and financial sustainability.   Will the crisis crush the economy? The crisis of uncontrolled debt in a sector that contributes to more than 25% of the Chinese GDP made us wonder if it could actually crush the economy. It’s undeniable that China’s economic growth for the past decades is finally slowing down, but for the Chinese real estate sector, this might well be just another road bump. However, I believe that a real crash is unlikely, as the newly launched regulations are set to deleverage and reduce debt as well as limit both excessive price rises and prices dropping too low.   For the full article: Forbes
    • The highly troubled real estate giant with over $300 billion in liabilities is at risk of becoming China's biggest ever default. There are a few other big Chinese developers in the same boat. IT IS A QUESTION OF WHEN? IN A FEW WEEKS OR SEVERAL SEVERAL WEEKS? China is in a huge debt bubble, as the West, encouraged by FED POLICIES, particularly other central banks have been encouraged and pushed to follow the model as if that would "solve" the world's economic problems. We have been here before many times over the many decades. It seems no lessons of the past were permanently put in place to place or the true WHYs not established and adhered to. Should it go wrong then those in charge are responsible and should have to pay for the financial mess to follow, including the banks themselves.    
    • Evergrande is set to forge ahead into a debt restructuring that would include all of its offshore public bonds and private debt, according to analysts. The troubled real estate developer, swamped by $300 billion of liabilities, also said Tuesday that it’s setting up a risk management committee, which will play a role in mitigating and eliminating future risks for the firm. The world’s most indebted property developer has been struggling to raise funds to pay suppliers and investors. Full article: CNBC
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