ESG Perspectives: The Sustainable 75
Last month Barron’s published a cover story entitled “The Most Sustainable Companies,” which features an equity-focused survey of the 100 Most Sustainable Companies in America based upon, among other things, the strength of their scores for “forward thinking and good behavior.” Using a similar methodology and sustainability scoring framework, Sage evaluated these 100 companies from a credit perspective to identify their relative placement among this well-regarded ESG grouping. The result is the Sustainable 75.
Sage ESG Intermediate Credit Index — February 2019
This report compares the Sage ESG Intermediate Credit Index (GUDBESG or “the Index”) to the broad index, the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Intermediate Credit Index (BBIC). . . .
Putting Trade into Context: Sage’s Outlook on Emerging Markets
Sage’s VP of Research Komson Silapachai explains how China’s economic growth is changing and why Sage has a negative outlook on emerging markets.
The Results of Sage’s ESG Stewardship Survey
To what extent are ETF providers that invest in “sustainable” companies engaged with those companies? Sage ESG Research Analyst Emma Smith discusses the results of. . . .