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Investors have learnt some lessons from the late-2000 “mini green bubble”
Plus, Washington reports new risks from climate change
Developer’s repayment of offshore debt due last month comes days ahead of default deadline
Retail shareholders can get organised and can push for change if they band together
The only thing more dangerous to incumbents than disruption itself may be a failure to participate in it
Just 0.65 per cent on government-backed savings scheme
S&P 500 index surpasses peak reached seven weeks ago led by the likes of Microsoft and Tesla
10-year ‘break-even’ rate reaches above 2.6% propelled by strong demand and rising energy prices
An intriguing measure that can be misleading
If the country is flirting with systemic instability, it certainly did not show in the bond pricing
Plus, cement industry tries to crack its carbon problem, Banque Postale’s fossil fuel pledge and more
Investors are worried by the maturing of a big gilt issue as giant QE programme starts to unwind
Gains for S&P 500 and Nasdaq while dollar weakens against other leading currencies
A bumpy shift to a world with higher interest rates would leave many companies struggling
More companies miss debt payments as country’s real estate sector contracts in third quarter
Research renews concerns surrounding passive investment and quality of data
A trend of ‘demonstration investments’ can be counter-productive over the long term
Digital currency issued by central bank was used in 10-month trial involving big banks and public debt office
Data earlier on Monday showed China’s GDP advanced just 0.2% quarter on quarter
Andrew Bailey’s tough talk on inflation sparks sell-off in short-dated UK government bonds
Default rate on muni bonds may rise as cash-strapped cities struggle with extreme weather events
As fund managers race to meet surging demand for sustainable investment, regulators are getting tough on greenwashing. Plus: activist shareholders make their mark; sin stocks; ESG with Chinese characteristics; climate-friendly pensions; is crypto a no-no?
Probably not for bitcoin — but possibly yes for blockchain
The case for excluding ESG laggards is not clear-cut, though regulation may soon tip the balance
The country’s net zero ambition is attractive, its human rights record less so