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Bank of Internationale Settlement warns about green investment bubble

The so-called central bank of central banks warns that the speed of green investing is creating a bubble.

The green transformation is at risk of becoming an asset bubble, warns Bank of Internationale Settlement. | Photo: Martin Lehmann

Valuations of companies focused on green energy are now so high that further analysis is needed to understand the effect of these businesses in investment markets, writes Bloomberg News based on a quarterly report published by the Bank of Internationale Settlement (BIS) on Monday.

BIS, based in Basel, Switzerland, is also known as the central bank of central banks.

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