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'Shifting point': Climate change could force $2.3t sharemarket shakeup

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Stock markets are likely to see an impact from climate change in the next five years, as policy changes to reduce global warming could force a massive repricing in sectors from energy to agriculture.
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