London — The European Central Bank (ECB) is considering including climate-change risks in future European banking stress tests, ECB vice-president Luis de Guindos said on Thursday.

Speaking at a BNP Paribas banking conference in London, De Guindos said the monetary policy implications of climate change would come into discussion over the next quarters. “It is something we are paying much more attention to, especially in terms of financial stability,” he said...

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