Anthony Bolton's £674m Fidelity China Special Situations fund has made its first share buyback since listing on the London stock exchange fifteen months ago.
The trust's board has bought back 100,000 of its own shares at a price of 83.25p per share, in a bid to reduce the company's discount, which has widened out to 4.3%, according to Winterflood. This discount...
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