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Franklin Templeton sees 'middling' returns for stocks and bonds

Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 05:50

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Mr Nelson said his team is "very interested'' in potentially building up an overweight position in EM against DM

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GLOBAL central bank policy remains "extremely accommodative'' which is typically positive for stocks, says Thomas Nelson, Franklin Templeton Investments director of investment solutions.

But global corporate profit margins are starting to slide. Amid slow and shallow

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