RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The leading international stock exchanges operate in a fall this morning, Friday, 24, with the return of fears about the over-indebtedness of Chinese Evergrande, after the company failed to honor part of its debts, which were supposed to be paid the day before.
Reflecting pessimism about Evergrande's ability to emerge from the crisis, Evergrande shares plunged another 11 percent in Hong Kong as worries about the consequences of the bankruptcy of one of China's most prominent developers spread around the world.
In the United States, the S&P 500 index falls 0 . . .