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ESG finance: green bonds up, social bonds down

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Social bonds continue to struggle this year, with volumes for the first quarter at 38% lower than in the same period in 2022 (Photo: Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images)

A study has found that after a difficult 2022 for sustainable debt, green bond volumes have jumped in the first quarter, almost matching levels seen at the start of last year. A new report by the Climate Bonds Initiative recorded $204.8bn of sustainable debt for the the first quarter of ...

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