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  • SHANGHAI, Oct 13- State-run China General Nuclear Power Corp, a leading developer of reactors in the country, said on Saturday a proposed project in Britain was not imperilled by new U.S. rules blocking it from acquiring American technology. On Thursday, amid growing trade tensions, the U.S. Department of Energy said it was tightening controls on exports to China...

  • Cramer’s Exec Cut: Finding stability during market uncertainty

    Jim Cramer discusses steady secular trends with Carnival Corporation, Canopy Growth and more.

  • But the project, which envisions housing more than 1 million people across 1,700 hectares of reclaimed land, is probably the worst choice, said Lam Chiu-ying, a former director of Hong Kong's weather bureau. Hong Kong saw unprecedented flooding and damage during September's Typhoon Mangkhut, with seawater swallowing roads and enveloping residential and...

  • LONDON, Sept 25- Copper, zinc and other base metals slid on Tuesday, rattled by more concerns about the economy of top metals consumer China and adjusting after a one-day closure of Chinese markets. "We note developers shares declined more than 3 percent... debt fears resurfacing following last weeks positivity around tax cuts and consumption growth," Alastair...

  • IL&FS was floated by government-controlled entities, including Central Bank of India, Unit Trust of India and the Housing Development Finance Corp in the 1980 s. Its subsidiaries include transportation network building subsidiary IL&FS Transportation Networks Ltd, engineering and procurement company IL&FS Engineering and Construction Co Ltd and...

  • *Hang Seng index falls 1.24 pct China Enterprises index HSCE slides 1.56 pct HSI financial sector eases 1.1 pct; property down 1.9 pct. HONG KONG, Sept 24- Hong Kong's main Hang Seng index fell on Monday led by a fall in Chinese property stocks in the local market. **Participants kept to the sidelines awaiting the next move in the escalating trade fight as China added...

  • Marine parks and aquariums are opening monthly in China, with more than 36 large-scale projects set to launch in the coming two years. "We've had great progress in shutting down marine parks in the West but China is saying,' it's my turn now'," said Ric O'Barry, founder of the Dolphin Project, an advocacy group. Haichang's Shanghai Ocean World, which is due to open in...

  • BEIJING, Sept 14- China's real estate investment moderated in August on slower construction and home sales, as authorities' tight controls on the sector continued to take out speculative heat. Real estate has been one of the few bright spots on China's investment front, partly due to robust sales in smaller cities where government efforts to tame hot property...

  • BEIJING, Sept 14- China's real estate investment cooled in August on slower construction and falling home sales, as authorities' tight controls on the sector continued to take out speculative heat. A slowing property market could sharply increase the risks to China's economic outlook, especially if a tit-for-tat trade war with the United States worsens.

  • UAE, Abu Dhabi, Yas Island, Yas Mall, interior, opened in 2015

    United Arab Emirates (UAE) real estate developer Aldar Properties is spinning off its investment division to create 'Aldar Investments.'

  • Millennials marry later, but that's not bad for builders: Toll Brothers CEO

    Jim Cramer sits down with Toll Brothers CEO Douglas C. Yearley, Jr. to hear his take on trends in the U.S. housing market.

  • Millennials are marrying later, but that's not exactly bad for homebuilders, Toll Brothers CEO says

    Jim Cramer sits down with Toll Brothers CEO Douglas C. Yearley, Jr. to hear his take on trends in the U.S. housing market.

  • HONG KONG, Aug 30- Last year China's more aggressive property developers were willing to pay whatever it took to secure land banks, but today China is seeing a surge in failed land auctions. On a single day this month, Jinan, a second-tier city in China's northeastern Shandong province, saw eight plots of land go unsold at auction, 10 parcels change hands at the...

  • *China Enterprises index HSCE falls 0.13 percent. Aug 29- Shares in Hong Kong ended higher on Wednesday, lifted by property developers, but a cloudy outlook for trade and economic growth in China put pressure on the Hang Seng's China Enterprises index. **China's state planner head has warned the economy faces increased risks in the second half of this year and that...

  • *He says Malaysia will not give people visas to live there. *Project also hit by Malaysia gov't delay of high-speed rail link. It is not his first broadside against the plan by Chinese developer Country Garden Holdings Co to create a new city that was envisaged to eventually house 700,000 people on reclaimed land near Singapore, but it could be his most damaging.

  • *He says Malaysia will not give people visas to live there. *Project also hit by Malaysia gov't delay of high-speed rail link. It is not his first broadside against the plan by Chinese developer Country Garden Holdings Co to create a new city that was envisaged to eventually house 700,000 people on reclaimed land near Singapore, but it could be his most damaging.

  • *He says Malaysia will not give people visas to live there. *Project also hit by Malaysia gov't delay of high-speed rail link. It is not his first broadside against the plan by Chinese developer Country Garden Holdings Co to create a new city that was envisaged to eventually house 700,000 people on reclaimed land near Singapore, but it could be his most damaging.

  • BEIJING, Aug 14- China's property investment growth accelerated to its quickest pace in nearly two years in July, driven by faster transactions and stronger developer appetite for land as funding conditions improved. Real estate investment rose 13.2 percent in July from the same period a year earlier, the fastest pace since October 2016 and higher than June's...

  • *Washington plans higher tariffs on $200 bn in Chinese goods. SHANGHAI, Aug 1- China's stock markets fell sharply in afternoon trade to end lower Wednesday, as anticipation of more measures to curb property prices hurt developer shares, and as the Sino-U.S. trade war looked set to escalate with the threat of higher U.S. tariffs. The smaller Shenzhen index ended down...

  • Window air conditioners on a building in Brooklyn, New York.

    NYC still uses window air conditioning units when the rest of the country has central air.