Xinyuan Real Estate (XIN) falls 1.43% to Close at $0.60 on January 14

Equities Staff  |

Today, Xinyuan Real Estate Co. Ltd. - ADR Inc’s (NYSE: XIN) stock fell $0.0087, accounting for a 1.43% decrease. Xinyuan Real Estate opened at $0.60 before trading between $0.62 and $0.58 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Xinyuan Real Estate’s market cap fall to $32,227,574 on 88,334 shares -below their 30-day average of 246,704.

About Xinyuan Real Estate Co. Ltd. - ADR

Xinyuan Real Estate Co., Ltd. ('Xinyuan') is a real estate developer and property manager primarily in China and recently in other countries. In China, Xinyuan develops and manages large scale, high quality real estate projects in over ten tier one and tier two cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Zhengzhou, Jinan, Xi'an, and Suzhou. Xinyuan was one of the first Chinese real estate developers to enter the U.S. market and over the past few years has been active in real estate development in New York. Xinyuan aims to provide comfortable and convenient real estate related products and services to middle-class consumers.

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