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  1. Franklin Templeton's Hasenstab: Bond markets aren't ready for higher U.S. interest rates

    Franklin Templeton's Michael Hasenstab says his bond-market peers aren't prepared for higher U.S. interest rates.

  2. Franklin Templeton billionaire escapes contentious lawsuit

    The billionaire who built Franklin Templeton survived a lawsuit by the son of an early investor who said he was cheated out of a stake in the firm worth $136 million. But the company will still have to defend itself in court.

  3. Templeton's Mobius Foresees Rapid Recovery of Brazilian Economy

    Templeton's Mobius Foresees Rapid Recovery of Brazilian Economy

  4. UPDATE: Fed minutes show support for rate hike 'fairly soon'

    UPDATE: Fed minutes show support for rate hike 'fairly soon'

  5. Franklin Templeton Launches New Hypothetical Tool

    Franklin Templeton Investments announced a new tool for advisors to create hypothetical portfolio presentations for their clients.

  6. Networking, Not Cold Calling, Wins Plan Sponsor Business: Franklin Templeton

    Pricing, notably, was more likely to lose an advisor's bid for a DC plan sponsor's business than win it, according to Franklin Templeton's white paper, “Insights on Closing the Sale.”

  7. Franklin Templeton's Michael Hasenstab: How to navigate emerging markets

    Put simply, we focus on countries that we deem to be fundamentally strong but, for one reason or another, are out of favor with investors.

  8. Room for Improvement but Franklin Templeton Fares Better Than Most

    A diverse and functional family of funds.

  9. Big bets come back to haunt Franklin Templeton's global bond fund

    Investors exit as the manager sticks to his guns.

  10. Franklin Templeton sued by employees for self-dealing in 401(k) plan

    The asset management firm joins the likes of American Century Investments and New York Life, which were also sued by employees for using proprietary funds in their 401(k) plans.


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