Russia-Ukraine war spurs increased investor vigilance of where cash allocated

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine has spurred investors to become increasingly vigilant of where their money is going, according to research by interactive investor. Some 54% of investors surveyed have become more conscious of capital allocation, viewing their investments through an ethical lens, in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine war. Meanwhile, 40% of more than 2050 investors surveyed said they were considering investments that align with their moral values as a result of Putin's invasion of Ukraine, in what the Russian president famously termed a ‘special military operation'. Fiduciar...

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