On today’s show: First there was Evergrande, now there is Signa Holdings, a 30-billion-dollar real estate empire out of Hamburg, Germany that has collapsed financially. In both cases, it appears as if lenders are on the hook for billions. Meanwhile a New York bank fails capital requirements and its stock gets pummeled.  Last year, European banks increased their exposure to the US real estate debt market despite warning signs. What is going on??