‘Market neutrality may not be the appropriate benchmark’ says ECB as it mulls exclusion of climate-risky bonds
Statement is latest sign of central banking u-turn on sustainability in recent years
Market neutrality may not be an appropriate benchmark for central bank asset purchase programmes in the face of climate change, a European Central Bank (ECB) representative has said, as the bank relaunches a review of its monetary policy strategy.
At the European Sustainable Finan…
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