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 n.— «“Special situations” is a relatively new concept in India, but UK’s most successful fund in the past 26 years is the Fidelity Special Situations Fund. Its fund manager Anthony Bolton has been labelled “Britain’s top-stocker,” and when the fund split last year, it made headlines, globally.» —“Spot check: RNRL, Birla Sun Life” Economic Times (India) Jan. 4, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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