Some Pension Funds Reconsider Gun Firm Investments

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 Soaring gun sales since 2009 have made the stocks of firearms manufacturers a sound investment, but an increasing number of public pension fund managers are questioning the morality of the investments in light of mass-shooting atrocities, which often cause gun sales spikes, reports The Atlantic's CityLab. While some have called for public and private divestment in guns and . . .

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