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Emerging Market Green Bonds 

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This fifth edition of the ‘Emerging Market Green Bonds Report’ reviews key green, social, sustainability, and sustainability-linked (GSSS) bond market trends in 2022 and outlines our expectations for 2023 and beyond. It also discusses the implications for the asset class of recent developments in policy, regulation, and technology. As in the previous four editions, this year’s report is also the result of joint work by Amundi, a leading European asset manager, and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. 

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Franklin Templeton: Fixed Income Views

The Fixed Income team no longer projects a technical recession in the United States, and the trajectory of disinflation in both the United States and euro area will flatten—primarily due to wage pressures stemming from record low unemployment—and central banks are thus likely to keep rates higher for longer.

Investor Strategy News | 21st Sep 2023 | More
Franklin Templeton analyses the rising corporate and household debt wave

In our Deep Water Waves publication, we identified several powerful, connected and long-duration factors that will have a significant impact on investment returns over the next decades. One of these is the debt wave, driven primarily by a combination of economic, geopolitical and demographic pressures.

Franklin Templeton | 31st Aug 2023 | More
Eyeing a credit-friendlier world, Marks preps for bargain hunting

With higher (for longer) interest rates prompting a “sea change” that’s transforming markets into a lender’s game, the legendary credit investor says it’s a good time for bargain hunters to benefit from selloffs as dislocations emerge in otherwise “reasonable” markets.

Lisa Uhlman | 2nd Aug 2023 | More