FTSE Russell launches coal-free market index

Madeleine Cuff
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New financial tool aims to help investors minimise their carbon exposure

Global index provider FTSE Russell has today launched a global index series that excludes companies involved in the coal industry. Coal mining companies and mining firms with proved and probable coal...

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