Global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data from Capital.com
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Refinitiv evaluates companies by their exposure to, and management of, material ESG risks in their industry. The scale ranges from A+ to D- with leading ESG companies in each industry receiving an A+ ranking.
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