FTSE capitalises on ethical investment boom

Two thirds of FTSE100 companies have passed the environmental and social policy hurdles set by the new "FTSE4Good" share indices, launched in July. While raising the profile of ethical investment, the initiative is likely to spark controversy: some firms, deemed to have less sensitive operations, are not assessed on environmental criteria at all.

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