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Report: Templeton chief in Asia buys Pápai's assets

The assets of troubled Hungarian meat firm Pápai Hús was reportedly purchased by Frank Liu, a Franklin Templeton president in Asia, who submitted the best offer for the assets, Hungarian daily Világgazdaság reported today. According to the ... Budapest Business Journal, 1 week ago

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SBI Blue Chip: Bluechip slant cushions downside risk

After a choppy start, the bellwether indices have surged since their February low. Some early signs of a pick-up in corporate earnings and expectations of an above-normal monsoon are positives that can drive market sentiment. But increasing ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Franklin Templeton: Why we are Buying Brazil

Brazil has taken a battering. Hurt by negative sentiment over political turmoil and weak oil prices, the country has had a torrid few years. But emerging market specialist Carlos Hardenberg of Franklin Templeton does not believe this is the end for ...
 Morningstar UK2 months ago

Update on Thailand

Franklin Templeton Mark Mobius April 16, 2010 I have received numerous queries on the current situation in Thailand since the violence on Saturday, April 12, where 21 people were killed and over 800 injured. We believe that this clash, ...
 Advisor Perspectives2 months ago
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The World's Most Powerful Stock Pickers Don't Manage a Penny

MSCI Inc. isn't usually a name that springs to mind when one thinks of the most powerful players in the global equity market. The New York-based index compiler doesn't have BlackRock Inc.'s trillions under management, Morgan Stanley's army of ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago Most powerful stock pickers don't manage a cent  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago The world's most powerful stock-pickers don't manage a penny  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Equity MFs take liking to state-owned banks

Stocks of public sector banks (PSBs) are finally finding some favour among equity fund managers. With several government measures to help these banks and clarity emerging about their growth prospects in the coming quarters, fund managers were seen ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago How To Safeguard Your Mutual Fund Portfolio From 2008-like Scenarios  Businessworld India1 month ago Infosys stock fall impacts equity schemes  Business Standard India1 month ago Sudden crack in Infosys impacts equity schemes  Business Standard India1 month ago

Dow, S&P 500 Close at Record Highs

The rebound of the tech-heavy Nasdaq, combined with the broader market milestones, was an encouraging sign to analysts who had worried about the durability of stock-market gains built on relatively safe trades. After outpacing other major indexes ...
 Nasdaq2 weeks ago

Best Midcap Equity Funds: Some MF's offer upto 12% returns

Over the last one year, several mid-cap funds have continued to deliver positive returns even as the broader equity markets remained volatile. With the S&P BSE Midcap index at all-time high, fund managers believe that going forward returns will ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago India leads broad-based equity rally  Edge Markets1 month ago

Preseason Mad Libs: Why your team will win it all

The official unofficial kickoff to the 2016 college football season takes place Monday in Hoover, Ala., as the SEC opens bloviating season by holding the first set of conference media days. Over the next three weeks, you'll be treated to dozens of ...
 SI.com2 weeks ago

Stocks, gold, FDs or MFs: Which will get you the highest returns?

If you had invested Rs 1 lakh at the peak of 2008 (when the Sensex hit 20,582), your corpus would be worth only Rs  1.32 lakh now, a miserable CAGR of 3.79 per cent — even less than the savings deposit rate. IMAGE: The investor has to be smart enough to stay invested in good as well as bad times to earn well. Photograph: Reuters     Are investors being sold a lemon when financial planners insist that they stay invested in equities for the long term? Every fund manager ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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