Bank of England toughens up green rules on corporate bond purchases

Kathleen Gallagher
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The Bank of England is itself targeting net zero before 2050
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The Bank of England is itself targeting net zero before 2050

Central bank will no longer buy bonds from companies which make money from coal mining, BofE Governor Andrew Bailey announces

The Bank of England has announced that it will no longer buy bonds from companies that make money from coal mining as firms will be required to satisfy "climate-related eligibility criteria" to be purchased....

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