The Templeton Emerging Markets Investment trust (TEMIT) is positioning itself to capture a "widespread recovery" in emerging markets equities in the second half of 2018, as Franklin Templeton's £1.9bn investment company sets about "rebuilding the team".
Martin Currie's Andrew Ness joined TEMIT as a portfolio manager last week, to serve alongside lead manager Chetan Sehgal following the departure of long-standing managers Mark Mobius and Carlos Hardenberg,...
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Why the traditional approach of combining bonds and equities is not the best way to improve risk-adjusted returns
Partner Insight: The way in which bonds have been so successfully combined with equities in the past 35 years has been contingent on them delivering high returns in periods of equity market stress. Yet in half of the 20-year periods over the past 120...
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