The pool of green bond issuers continued to grow during the second quarter of 2017, extending investor choice, according to the Climate Bonds Initiative.
Climate Bonds Initiative has released their second Green Bond Pricing in the Primary Market report analysing the performance of green bonds at issue April-June 2017. Climate Bonds Initiative noted that more than one hundred labelled green bonds were issued during the second quarter of 2017, with a combined face value of US$30 billion. The analysis in this paper is abed on a total sample of 131 bonds, 19 of which are green bonds and 112 are vanilla bonds.
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