Franklin Templeton's Hasenstab Explores Bond Opportunities Worldwide

Lindorff, Dave
October 2006
Investment Management Weekly;10/9/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 38, p6
This article presents an interview with Michael Hasenstab, VP, portfolio manager and co-director of global fixed-income at Franklin Templeton Fixed Income, about managing the Global Bond Plus strategy. In managing the strategy, he is free to invest in countries outside the benchmark JP Morgan Global Government Bond Index. He said that short exposures to interest rates in Asia are being taken. He argued that there are advantages in using the strategy over a core U.S. investment.


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