The European Central Bank (ECB) intends to pay even closer attention to climate protection criteria when buying corporate bonds in the future. For this purpose, it will take into account a so-called climate score – a score regarding the emission of greenhouse gases and the company’s climate targets – in all purchases of such bonds from October. As the ECB further announced on Monday, this will initially apply to the reinvestment of maturing cash from existing bonds.
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