Talking Markets with Franklin Templeton Investments

Talking Markets with Franklin Templeton Investments

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September 16, 2020 17 min

Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions' Gene Podkaminer and Wylie Tollette provide their views on the upcoming US election, as well as the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on investment and economic activity. They also share their views on whether cities will ultimately survive amid the work-from-home movement that could remain a longer-term trend.

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Matt Moberg, Portfolio Manager, Franklin Equity Group, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic may be accelerating investments in innovation.

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Ed Perks, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions, looks at concerning factors in the US, reasons for optimism in Europe, and early success in Asia. 

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all corners of the market, including mortgage-backed securities. Franklin Templeton Fixed Income's Paul Varunok takes a closer look at the space, and why he feels they can offer some stability in a fixed income portfolio.

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Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions's Gene Podkaminer and Wylie Tollette put market activity in perspective amidst a pandemic and social unrest. They also detail why they believe risk assets are most favorable near-term.

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Franklin Equity Group’s Matt Moberg explores equity investing in the wake of the coronavirus—with an eye on innovation. He shares his market outlook and explains why some companies are more valuable as a result of the crisis.

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Ed Perks, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions, looks ahead for the second half of the year –implications of  the US economy opening up, the ongoing impact of the massive monetary and fiscal response, and the risk for a wave of downgrades and defaults.

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Why is there such a divergence from main street to equity markets, and, are markets ahead of themselves? Stephen Dover, Head of Equities with Franklin Templeton speaks with Katie Klingensmith.

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Dr. Michael Hasenstab, Chief Investment Officer, Templeton Global Macro, discusses the near and longer-term economic impacts, as well as the opportunities that could result during the recovery process.

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Manraj Sekhon, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity, discusses the emerging markets landscape across North Asia, India and Latin America, and the path forward.

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Is history repeating itself or is this something completely different? Sonal Desai, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income, explains how the current global economic and market environments differ from the Great Depression and Global Financial Crisis. 

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Listen to how the CARES Act could impact US retirement savings in this conversation with Michael Hadley of Davis & Harman LLP and Drew Carrington, Head of Institutional Defined Contribution, Franklin Templeton.

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Franklin Equity Group’s Evan McCulloch, Grant Bowers and Jonathan Curtis provide an in-depth look at US equities following the latest market movements, and outlooks for the tech and biotech sectors in particular.

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As uncertainty continues to grip markets, Sonal Desai, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income, gauges the fallout, and finds reasons to be optimistic.

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Hear how the recovery from the coronavirus shock is underway in China, economic impacts in the region, and possible opportunities resulting in select emerging markets from Manraj Sekhon, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity.

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Uncertainty is gripping global markets as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Stephen Dover, Head of Equities and Ed Perks, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions discuss how a recession has likely already begun and what's different from the Global Financial Crisis

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Sonal Desai, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Fixed Income, and Michael Hasenstab, Chief Investment Officer, Templeton Global Macro, discuss possible near-term and long-term impacts of the coronavirus outbreak and other market shocks.

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Gene Podkaminer, Head of Multi-Asset Research Strategies with Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions and Wylie Tollette, Head of Client Investment Solutions, Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions discuss the heightened volatility following the spread of the coronavirus.

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Gene Podkaminer, Head of Multi-Asset Research Strategies with Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions, discusses the heightened volatility following the spread of the coronavirus.

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Mike O’Brien, Programs Marketing Director, speaks with David Lyon, founder and CEO of Oranj, a wealth management platform for financial professionals, to discuss the changing value of Financial Advisors over the next decade and how technology has helped the further adoption of model portfolios due to the rising demand of individualized service.

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