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Recent Insights

 

Actively Benefiting from Emerging-Market Small Caps
(July 2017)

The Templeton Emerging Markets Group believes that the emerging-market (EM) small-cap space is an attractive proposition in the current investment climate. However, there are some common misconceptions regarding the asset class which, in their view, conceal key strengths that an active manager could benefit from.
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Value Harvest Sows Seeds for Opportunities Outside the United States
(June 2017)

The Templeton Global Equity Group argues that in the ongoing value resurgence, non-US equities are poised to benefit most. The team explains that non-US stocks appear undervalued, under-owned, and exposed to positive catalysts, including: improving corporate fundamentals, economic tailwinds; and political and policy support.
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Q3 2017 Hedge Fund Strategy Outlook
(June 2017)

K2 Advisors seeks to add value through active portfolio management, tactical allocation and diversification across four main hedge strategies: long short equity, relative value, global macro and event driven. In their third-quarter (Q3) 2017 outlook, K2 Advisors’ Research and Portfolio Construction teams share the key market events they have an eye on, along with the select strategies that represent their “top convictions.”
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2017 Global Investment Outlook – June Update: Uncharted Terrain: Today’s Global Market Drivers
(June 2017)

Our senior investment leaders reconvene to offer their perspectives on the events shaping the global markets, the implications for investors and where they see opportunities ahead.
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Property Markets: The Quarter in Review
(May 2017)

An exploration of the macroeconomic environment and notable real estate sectors in the United States, Europe and Asia over the first quarter of 2017, identifying opportunities across the landscape.
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Global Macro Shifts: Trade and Taxes in a World with Borders
(May 2017)

Templeton Global Macro examines the possibility of a value-add tax and its likely impact on prices and exchange rates, longer-term macroeconomic outlook, different domestic sectors and trade flows, and international trade relations.
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2017 Long-term Capital Market Expectations
(February 2017)

Franklin Templeton Solutions’ annual macro outlook and long-term return expectations across global capital markets. The team outlines their six strongest convictions for the year ahead.
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