Do banks actually have a conscience? A few German banks apparently do.
Germany’s Commerzbank, the country’s second-largest, has removed agricultural products (food) from its commodities index fund, following similar moves by two other German banks including the country’s largest, Deutsche Bank.
Germany’s second-largest bank declined to give details about the reason for its decision to . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: German Banks Take Food Off Commodities Exchange