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Traders ignoring climate change may be in for a shock — and BlackRock says America's aging utilities are most at risk

Business Insider Thursday, 18 April 2019
Traders ignoring climate change may be in for a shock — and BlackRock says America's aging utilities are most at risk· *US utilities are at increasing risk of damage to their plants and stock price as climate change ups the likelihood of extreme weather events.*
· *Investors in these stocks could face "significant portfolio damage" one investing expert says, if investment decisions aren't aligned with climate risk.*
· *Utilities which fail...
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