Bolton backs new China leaders to lift trust as NAV falls

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Fidelity's Anthony Bolton has conceded his China Special Situations trust has endured another 'disappointing' six months, but he is hopeful the upcoming leadership election could provide a boost to returns.

The trust - which has a focus on mid and small-cap companies - has once again underperformed the wider Chinese market, with the NAV per share down 6.2% at the end of September. Its share price has also...

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