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Off the wires: India raises $1bn from maiden green bond sale

Off the wires: India raises $1bn from maiden green bond sale

India sold its first sovereign “green” bonds on Wednesday, a debut that was well-received by the market. In this short Off the Wire piece, we will look at investor sentiment towards Developed Markets (DM) and Emerging Markets (EM) Equity and Bond Funds with SRI/ESG mandates.

Glass remains half full in late January

Glass remains half full in late January

Actions spoke louder – to equity investors – than words coming into February, with the fact that the latest interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve was only 25 basis points, boosting flows to US Equity Funds and other groups despite the accompanying verbal warning that the battle against inflation is “not fully done.”