News: Franklin Resources Inc (BEN.N)

BEN.N on New York Stock Exchange

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27 Feb 2015
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Tue, Feb 17 2015

MOVES-Franklin Templeton adds Stephanie Ouwendijk to emerging markets debt team

Feb 17 - Investment management firm Franklin Resources Inc, which operates as Franklin Templeton Investments, named Stephanie Ouwendijk as a vice president and portfolio manager.

MOVES- Royal Bank of Canada, Barclays, Franklin Resources

Jan 27 - The following financial services industry appointments were announced on Tuesday. To inform us of other job changes, email moves@thomsonreuters.com.

MOVES-Franklin Templeton expands U.S. team with three appointments

Jan 27 - Investment management firm Franklin Resources Inc announced three appointments to its institutional sales, relationship management and consultant relations team.

Franklin Income Fund hit by oil slump, but sees opportunity

BOSTON - The Franklin Income Fund is used to top-dog status among its mutual fund peers, but a 40 percent slide in oil prices since June has hammered its recent performance.

Franklin Income Fund hit by oil slump, but sees opportunity

BOSTON, Dec 8 - The Franklin Income Fund is used to top-dog status among its mutual fund peers, but a 40 percent slide in oil prices since June has hammered its recent performance.

Franklin Templeton's Zahn sees buying opportunity in European bonds

LONDON, Oct 17 - An accommodative stance by the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank may more than match the Federal Reserve's easing when it was acting alone and this could make European bonds attractive, Franklin Templeton's David Zahn said on Friday.

As Ukraine's debt tangle unwinds, Russia holds key thread

LONDON - A selloff on Ukraine's dollar debt is focusing attention on a controversial $3 billion bond held by Russia, raising investor concerns that President Vladimir Putin could use the issue to trigger a cascade of defaults across Kiev's sovereign Eurobonds.

U.S. fund Franklin Templeton eyeing Russian stocks again

LONDON, Sept 22 - U.S. fund giant Franklin Templeton has become one of the first major global investors to support selectively buying back into Russian stocks, arguing the recent sharp sell-off had gone too far.

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