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Templeton Global Income Fund (GIM.N)

GIM.N on New York Stock Exchange

6.24USD
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Change (% chg)

$0.03 (+0.48%)
Prev Close
$6.21
Open
$6.24
Day's High
$6.26
Day's Low
$6.23
Volume
186,725
Avg. Vol
56,740
52-wk High
$6.66
52-wk Low
$5.86

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About

Templeton Global Income Fund (the Fund) is a closed-end investment company. The Fund seeks high, current income, with a secondary goal of capital appreciation. Under normal market conditions, the Fund invests at least 80% of its net assets in income-producing securities, including debt securities of U.S. and foreign issuers,... (more)
No analyst recommendations are available for GIM.N.

Overall

Beta: 0.71
Market Cap(Mil.): $833.04
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 134.14
Dividend: 0.03
Yield (%): 4.83

Financials

  GIM.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 10.49 17.01
EPS (TTM): -0.75 -- --
ROI: -9.75 -2.01 0.40
ROE: -10.04 -2.76 16.81

UPDATE 1-Franklin Templeton's Hasenstab says sell yen and euro

* Hasenstab says strong yen reigniting deflationary pressures

Aug 31 2016

Templeton's Hasenstab says bet against Mexican peso 'risky'

MEXICO CITY Fund manager Michael Hasenstab expects Mexico's peso to be supported by the country's solid economy and says investors who are using the currency as a proxy bet against risks in other emerging markets could be burned.

Jul 27 2016

Templeton's Hasenstab says bet against Mexican peso 'risky'

MEXICO CITY, July 27 Fund manager Michael Hasenstab expects Mexico's peso to be supported by the country's solid economy and says investors who are using the currency as a proxy bet against risks in other emerging markets could be burned.

Jul 27 2016

Fed hike, inflation risk underestimated: Templeton's Hasenstab

CHICAGO U.S. Treasuries are not as safe as investors assume, fund manager Michael Hasenstab said on Monday, as full employment and rising inflation put pressure on central bankers to raise rates.

Jun 13 2016

Investors underestimate Fed hike, rising inflation risk -Templeton's Hasenstab

CHICAGO, June 13 U.S. Treasuries are not as safe as investors using the debt as a safe-haven investment assume, investor Michael Hasenstab said on Monday, as full employment and rising inflation put pressure on central bankers to raise rates.

Jun 13 2016

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