Moody's: Net zero pledges to trigger credit squeeze for carbon intensive firms

James Murray
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Influential credit ratings agency predicts proliferation of net zero targets will increase credit risks and costs for carbon-intensive activities

Carbon intensive businesses are expected to present increased credit risks for lenders, leading to a reduced availability and increased cost of capital for fossil fuel projects and activities in the coming...

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