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SEC stands firm in applying disclosure regulation to fixed-income trading
S&P 500 gains 2% over past five days as company results temper fears of inflation
Plus, Tesla scores an ‘A’ for environmental lobbying and TCFD ramps up pay scrutiny
Something has to give in the unstable equilibrium of markets
The loan-backed securities will be pegged to a new interest rate benchmark from 2022
From bonds to carbon credits, investors and regulators seek assurances that claims are not exaggerated
New targets and regulations led to unprecedented activity in the past year
Just one dollar bond sold since heavily indebted company’s missed payment shook markets
US figures on consumer prices released on Wednesday come in slightly higher than forecast
Proposal could ease concerns of US plan managers who consider factors such as climate risk
Plus, the EU’s inaugural green bond and ESG in emerging markets
Are extreme price swings part of a longer-term trend in the transition towards a greener future?
Crude oil prices pull back after hovering around three-year maximum level
Brussels’ €12bn sale narrowly exceeds UK’s £10bn debut in September
Backers for start-up include Point Break Capital Management, BlackRock and TPG
Review will seek to include more retail investors in secondary placings
Yields on China corporate junk bonds trade at decade highs as deadline for three coupons passes
Heavyweight investors clash over approach on climate change and companies
Earlier rally by energy groups fades as S&P 500 ends the trading day in negative territory
Bank of England policymakers indicate tough stance on inflation
Emerging market bonds fall victim to fickle sentiment; squeeze on ‘greenium’ as ESG bond investors demand more value; companies need to plan, not panic, over the threat of an end to cheap debt
Study says ESG strategies likely to account for large slice of private debt, equity and infrastructure
The market in sustainable debt is growing but issuers are being challenged on margins
Similar products held by rivals such as Vanguard have attracted big inflows
Many creditworthy businesses have been paying down, rather than extending, precautionary borrowing