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Michael Hasenstab

Michael Hasenstab

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About Michael Hasenstab

Michael Hasenstab holds a Ph.D. in economics from the Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management at Australian National University. He has earned a master's degree in economics of development from the Australian National University and a B.A. in international relations/political economy from Carleton College in the United States. Michael joined Franklin Templeton Investments in July 1995 and since 2001 he is senior vice president, portfolio manager and co-director of the international bond department.

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Citywire Rating: Not Rated

2010

  • FNot rated in Feb 2010
  • MNot rated in Mar 2010
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2011

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  • DRated A in Dec 2011

2012

  • JRated A in Jan 2012
  • FRated A in Feb 2012
  • MRated AA in Mar 2012
  • ARated AA in Apr 2012
  • MRated A in May 2012
  • JNot rated in Jun 2012
  • JRated A in Jul 2012
  • ARated A in Aug 2012
  • SRated A in Sep 2012
  • ORated A in Oct 2012
  • NRated A in Nov 2012
  • DRated A in Dec 2012

2013

  • JRated A in Jan 2013
  • FRated A in Feb 2013
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2014

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  • ORated Plus in Oct 2014
  • NRated A in Nov 2014
  • DRated A in Dec 2014

2015

  • JRated A in Jan 2015
  • FRated Plus in Feb 2015
  • MRated Plus in Mar 2015
  • ARated Plus in Apr 2015
  • MRated Plus in May 2015
  • JRated A in Jun 2015
  • JRated A in Jul 2015
  • ARated Plus in Aug 2015
  • SRated Plus in Sep 2015
  • ORated Plus in Oct 2015
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  • DRated Plus in Dec 2015

2016

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2017

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2018

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  • ORated Plus in Oct 2018
  • NRated Plus in Nov 2018
  • DNot rated in Dec 2018

Performance

over : 30/11/2017 - 30/11/2018
Rank 97/659 Bonds - Global
Manager Return
97 Michael Hasenstab -1.0%
98 Gershon Distenfeld -1.1%
99 Qian Wang -1.1%

Total Return

Month by Month Performance

Quarterly Performance

to 30/09/2018 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2018 1.6% -3.5% 0.4%
2017 3.9% 4.4% -0.4% 1.5% -1.5%
2016 5.2% 0.7% -0.7% -0.5% 5.7%
2015 -5.1% -1.7% 0.2% -5.1% 1.5%
2014 -1.5% 0.7% 2.3% -1.7% -2.8%

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Blockbuster bond manager warns that confluence of factors will hammer fixed income investors unless they start preparing.

EM structural reform not just 'mere speculation': Hasenstab

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Hasenstab: we've reached peak pessimism on EMs

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Hasenstab on inflation: global fears are misguided

Blockbuster bond manager says inflation growth will surpass Fed's expectations and investors need to take a more global view. 

BlackRock’s Krautzberger: expect major moves at ECB’s March meet

Fixed income chief believes expansion of programme is only way forward with Europe set to undershoot inflation.

Hasenstab on China: this is no time to panic

The blockbuster bond manager says the market is at a crucial juncture but not on the edge of a full-blown collapse.

Hasenstab eyes ‘multi-decade opportunity’ in cheap EM assets

Franklin Templeton's CIO for global macro is adding to developing world positions deemed to be at never-before-seen valuation levels.

Franklin Templeton duo: China devaluation won’t reduce EM competitiveness

Franklin Templeton discloses why it remains positive on emerging markets’ competitiveness and exports despite the Chinese devaluation.

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