Economic implications of World Trade Center tragedy

Franklin Templeton tries to assure investors that its impact will not be lasting.
Franklin Templeton Investments offered the following view in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States

First we would like to express my profound sympathy for those who have been personally affected by this terrible tragedy today, says Ed Jamieson of Franklin's equity department in the US.

For those of you concerned about the economy and financial markets, we would like to offer the following This act of terror carried out on innocent victims is meant to create a sense of fear and chaos. Unfortunately, in the short term they have succeeded. However, it is important to keep in mind that this incident has in no way damaged the economic, political...

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