Green bond sales explode: It's a burgeoning "giant market"

Green bonds, or fixed-income securities earmarked for climate-friendly investments, have grown into a major market in a handful of years. Maj Invest and Danske Bank are confident the expansion will continue.

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Companies and investors with interest in sustainability investments have opened their eyes to a special type of bond, which exclusively earmarks capital for climate-friendly objectives.

These so-called green bonds have been a somewhat overlooked financial instrument since arriving on the market around 20 years back. Now, however, businesses and investors have taken a particular liking to the securities.

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