HSBC: Companies focused on climate change 'outperformed' as virus spread

James S Murray
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HSBC: Companies focused on climate change 'outperformed' as virus spread

Research note suggests companies with strong ESG credentials are proving more resilient than their peers to coronavirus turmoil

A growing body of research has in recent years highlighted how listed companies with strong environmental credentials outperform the wider stock market, but now HSBC has released evidence that suggests...

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