The ‘green’ investment makes its way into the debt market
07/25/2018 Since 2 years
Although at first it was the stock market the main demand for green investment – with the creation of various indexes that sought to reproduce the behavior of the green economy – fixed income has gained a leading role in recent years. The green bond market last year 160 billion dollars after registering a growth of 70%, but it still has a long way to go.
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