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November 2, 2020
Democrats Favored to Win the Senate, but Odds Narrow, Goldman Says

The firm’s analysis, based on stocks affected by a Biden tax boost, tracks findings of the prediction markets.

DOL, Dubious About ESG Pension Investing, Cuts It a Bit of Slack in Final Rule

The regulation still requires that plans only use financial considerations in investments, but says companies’ pollution and bad governance may be factors, too.

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The Acceleration of ESG in the COVID-19 Era

ESG investing is poised to become even more critical moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic has yielded wide-ranging political, regulatory, economic, and social effects across the globe.

Citigroup Targeted by Lawsuit from Florida City Pension in Revlon Mess

The bank’s $900 million mistaken payments to Revlon creditors have harmed its stock, which the retirement system and others are invested in, suit says.

Net Zero Becoming More Affordable

Advances in technology, finance, and shareholder engagement are significantly reducing the cost of de-carbonization.

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How Private Capital Markets Firms Focus on an Excellent Limited Partner Experience

The post-pandemic guide to keeping investors happy.

In Focus: Promise of Private Debt Burns Bright—With a Big If

How the burgeoning asset class plans to navigate the risky pandemic economy.

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