Franklin Templeton is set to re-open its $880m Frontier Markets fund to new investors at the end of May, after soft-closing the vehicle in 2013.
The Luxembourg-domiciled Templeton Frontier Markets fund had reached $2.1bn when it soft-closed but assets have now fallen to $880m, according to FE data; a drop Templeton's executive chairman Mark Mobius...
A quality bias has been the right way to invest in emerging market equities for many decades.
Reporting to George Maris
We believe the move of US dollar/Chinese renminbi above seven during early August is symbolic, and the country has explained it is in response to the US-imposed tariffs on Chinese goods.
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