FLORIDA (Yosefardi) – The Templeton Global Income Fund invested 7.6% of its total net assets (US$961.49 million) in Indonesia as of January 31, 2016.

Investment in fixed income accounted for 81.8% while the rest invested in cash and other assets.

In Asia, Templeton invested 14.8% in South Korea, 3.9% in Malaysia, 2% in Sri Lanka, 3.2% in India, and 1% in Philippines.

The Fund puts its biggest investment (14.5%) in Mexico (Latin America), 11.4% in Brazil (Latin America), 4.8% in Poland (Europe), 4.9% in Ukraina (Europe), 2.6% in Hungary and 2.7% in Portugal (Europe).