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Franklin Resources Inc (BEN.N)

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Thu, Apr 4 2019

Franklin Templeton invests in Brazilian-Israeli fintech Weel

SAO PAULO Franklin Templeton has invested $30 million in Brazilian-Israeli fintech Weel as part of the U.S. asset manager's strategy to increase its footprint in Brazil and the rest of Latin America, according a statement on Thursday.

Franklin Templeton invests in Brazilian-Israeli fintech Weel

SAO PAULO, April 3 Franklin Templeton has invested $30 million in Brazilian-Israeli fintech Weel as part of the U.S. asset manager's strategy to increase its footprint in Brazil and the rest of Latin America, according a statement on Thursday.

Franklin Templeton's Zahn says 30 percent probability of no-deal Brexit, may rise further

LONDON There is a 30 percent chance of Britain crashing out of the European Union without a divorce deal in place, Franklin Templeton's head of European fixed income, David Zahn, said on Friday.

Franklin Templeton's Zahn says 30 pct probability of no-deal Brexit, may rise further

LONDON, March 22 There is a 30 percent chance of Britain crashing out of the European Union without a divorce deal in place, Franklin Templeton's head of European fixed income, David Zahn, said on Friday.

Franklin Templeton, Actera eyeing Abraaj's Turkey funds: sources

DUBAI/ISTANBUL U.S. fund manager Franklin Templeton and Turkish private equity firm Actera are among the bidders in talks to take control of Abraaj's Turkish assets after negotiations with other buyers faltered, two sources familiar with the deal said.

Franklin Templeton, Actera eyeing Abraaj's Turkey funds -sources

DUBAI/ISTANBUL, Feb 11 U.S. fund manager Franklin Templeton and Turkish private equity firm Actera are among the bidders in talks to take control of Abraaj's Turkish assets after negotiations with other buyers faltered, two sources familiar with the deal said.

Franklin Templeton's bond chief says expects at least two Fed rate hikes in 2019

The U.S. Federal Reserve will likely raise at least twice in 2019 against a backdrop of continued economic strength as opposed to "misguided" market assumptions of no hikes this year, according to Franklin Templeton's head of bonds.

UK appeal court backs Sberbank, Franklin Templeton on IBA debt restructuring

MOSCOW, Dec 20 A British court of appeal backed Russian lender Sberbank and asset manager Franklin Templeton in a ruling relating to funds owed by the International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA), potentially scuppering the latter's restructuring plan.

Franklin Templeton grabs more Gulf corporate debt after downturn

DUBAI, Dec 19 Franklin Templeton Investments has raised its Gulf corporate debt exposure as a downturn in some sectors, largely real estate, has hit company valuations, Dino Kronfol, its chief investment officer of global sukuk and MENA fixed income, said.

Franklin Templeton taps into Israel's $67 billion retail market

TEL AVIV Franklin Templeton Investments entered the $67 billion Israeli retail market on Tuesday after the government allowed foreign firms to offer offshore products directly to investors.

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