LONDON, July 30 (Reuters) - Merrill Lynch said on Monday it had started tracking energy-efficient companies which it considered well-placed to benefit from tough climate change policies. The launch of such indicies for investors reflects the worry that many companies will be hurt by climate change, such as more extreme weather, or by policies intended to prevent this, such as tough caps on greenhouse gas emissions. Indicies are meant to identify companies that will be hurt least by or ...
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