On Thursday, Muddy Waters accused Chinese housing broker Ke Holdings of reporting inflated gross transaction volume (GTV) and revenue. The short seller compared Ke Holdings to coffee chain Luckin, claiming that the company has inflated its new home GTV by over 126% and its commission revenues by approximately 77% to 96%. In a Thursday response, Ke Holdings refuted the fraud claims, calling the report lacking a basic understanding and rightful reading of the company’s financial reports. The New York-listed firm said it welcomes any investigation and will respond to the accusations in detail within 24 hours. [Muddy Waters report]