Offers in troubled Chinese property goliath Evergrande opened up 6% in Hong Kong after Chinese media detailed it had made a premium installment before a pivotal cutoff time.
The organization missed a $83.5m (£61m) installment last month, setting off a 30-day effortlessness period set to lapse on Saturday.
The organization wired the assets on Friday, a source told newswire Reuters.
Had the cutoff time been missed, Evergrande would have dove into formal default.
Information on the installment saw Evergrande's portions ricochet back from a sharp fall the earlier day, following news that an arrangement to sell a piece of its property administrations unit had failed to work out.
Chinese land firm Hopson Advancement had been supposedly set to purchase a 51% stake in the unit for $2.6bn (£1.88bn).
The two organizations notwithstanding, affirmed the arrangement was off after they couldn't concede to terms.
The most recent installment is probably not going to alleviate longer-term financial backers concerns.
On the off chance that Evergrande has for sure made today bond interest installment it is still just a momentary fix.
One more cutoff time on a second seaward bond installment worth $47.5m (£34m) looms one week from now.
Evergrande has more than $300bn of obligation which it looks progressively incapable to reimburse. The organization's absolute liabilities are equivalent to around 2% of China's GDP.
The emergency has set off feelings of trepidation that its potential breakdown could send shockwaves through worldwide business sectors.
It started last year when Beijing, stressed by rambling obligation in the land area, gotten new guidelines to control the sum owed by huge engineers.