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Green bonds have seen increased demand in recent years. Not only do they have a positive environmental impact, this comes at possibly no sacrifice of return or assumption of additional risk for investors. Senior ETF Product Manager William Sokol recently joined this Investing Forward Podcast to share his insights on green bonds. He discusses:
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