Templeton China World Fund Class A

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Trailing returns

1 day   +0.86%
1 week   +0.77%
4 week   +4.01%
3 month   +14.55%
YTD   +11.18%
1 year   +17.73%
3 years*
5 years*   +3.02%
Best 3 month return+44.41%  
Worst 3 month return-37.30%  

Morningstar statistics

Morningstar category: China Region
  Return Risk Rating
3 years Low Below Average
5 years Low Below Average
10 years Below Average Below Average
Overall Below Average Below Average
Morningstar style  Learn more
Value Blend Growth  

Key statistics

Total assets310.07M 
Front load5.75%  
Deferred load-  
Expense ratio1.81%  
Management fee-  
Fund familyFranklin Templeton Investments 

Asset allocation


Purchase information

IRA Initial$250  
AIP Initial$50  
Sep 27, 8:00PM EDT Overall Morningstar RatingTM


The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund normally invests at least 80% of its net assets in securities of "China companies." It also invests in American, Global and European Depositary Receipts. China companies may be any size across the entire market capitalization spectrum. In addition to the fund's main investments, the fund may invest up to 20% of its net assets in securities that do not qualify as China company securities, but whose issuers, in the judgment of the investment manager, are expected to benefit from developments in the economy of China, Hong Kong or Taiwan. It is non-diversified.
Fund filings (PDF) »
Asset managers:
Mark Mobius (Started: Sep 8, 1993)
Eddie Chow (Started: Dec 31, 2002)
Advisor Company:
Templeton Asset Management Ltd.
Fund family reports on Morningstar »
Franklin Templeton Investments, One Franklin Parkway, Building 970, 1st Floor, Rancho Cardova, CA 95670, USA


  1 year 3 years 5 years 10 years  
Alpha* 7.91 -1.71 -3.17 4.60
Beta* 1.01 1.08 1.03 1.02
Mean annual return 1.00 0.11 0.11 0.71
R-squared* 88.36 66.70 71.95 71.55
Standard deviation 17.20 17.52 18.38 23.11
Sharpe ratio 0.68 0.07 0.07 0.33
* Against standard index

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