Emerging market debt has expanded significantly. Its continued evolution has opened the way for more sophisticated investment strategies which exploit its diversity to improve diversification and manage risks. This is the case of Emerging Market (EM) corporate bonds. The sustained deepening of the asset class will make it even harder to ignore as an attractive investment opportunity. Alongside this growth, the increasing variety of EM corporate issuers offers continued opportunities ...
Quantitative vs. active debate? This Fixed Income Markets explains how our “active quant” approach sets us apart.
Global investors are facing extraordinary economic, political and financial market conditions that risk sending the world into a perilous period. In particular, we are closely watching several key areas of concern, including:
In early 2018, Templeton Global Macro (TGM) published Global Macro Shifts issue 9— Environmental, Social and Governance Factors in Global Macro Investing [GMS-9]. The paper explored how we evaluate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in our macroeconomic research process and described the process of codifying the team’s research discussions into quantifiable scores.
How impact management contributes to specific targets and indicators behind each Sustainable Development Goal.