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A SQUARE 05 Sep 2011

Monday, September 05, 2011
Does sustainable and responsible investing harm portfolio performance?.

A SQUARE :: 05Sep11 A SQUARE 05 Sep 2011
Category SRI
Author Florian Guldner
Recent research and the performance of mutual fund portfolios over the last 5 years suggest that stocks with high ESG rating perform non-negative over a market cycle and might even outperform in some sectors.
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