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ANZ sees profits plummet, plans to exit thermal coalBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | THURSDAY, 29 OCT 2020 12:00PM
ANZ has felt the wrath of the pandemic, reporting a 42% loss on cash profit in its full year results as it tries to protect itself from future credit losses. It has also updated its climate policy, saying it will exit thermal coal by 2030.
Read more: ANZ, Market Forces, Peter Gardner, Plato Investment Management, Shayne Elliott
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