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ESG keeps pulling in lots of money, even as strategy is no longer outperforming as much


A wind farm shares space with corn fields the day before the Iowa caucuses, where agriculture and clean energy are key issues, in Latimer, Iowa, February 2, 2020.

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ESG investments have lost some of their pop. But they should still see strong inflows, even though they have outperformed at a slower pace this year.

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