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Long term trend shows decrease in investment

New analysis shows $746,677 million was made available to nuclear weapons producing companies between January 2020 and July 2022. Bondholding values dropped by $1 billion. Loans and underwriting also decreased with $31.2 billion and $14.7 billion respectively.

TPNW: Momentum Builds

Ten independent parliamentarians have told the federal government it should honour its commitment to join a global treaty outlawing nuclear weapons.

Performance Data

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March 2022 data show that there is no material difference in performance between the MSCI USA ex weapons and non renewable index and its parent index.

New Report Launched!

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New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes reveals most major Australian superannuation funds have holdings in nuclear weapons companies.

Call for improved certification standards

Leading ethical funds Future Super, Verve Super, Crescent Wealth and Christian Super have, in an open letter to the Responsible Investment Association of Australia, called for improved certification standards.