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The fund aims to achieve income and capital growth by primarily investing in a broad range of fixed income instruments of issuers globally, including those located, listed or exposed to emerging markets, either denominated in Sterling or other currencies. Emerging market debt may include investments within, although not limited to, Latin America, Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe (including Russia) and the Middle East.
Exposure to non-Sterling denominated debt securities will be largely hedged back to Sterling.
A minimum of 50% of the funds net assets will be invested in securities deemed to maintain sustainable characteristics, as described in the section entitled 1.3.2(a) Fidelity Sustainable Investing Framework above.
The fund may invest its net assets directly in onshore China fixed income securities listed or traded on any Eligible Market in China.
The fund is actively managed and references the ICE BofA Q880 Custom Index (a custom blend of government, investment grade and high yield corporate bond indices) (the Index) for performance comparison only.
Shareholders attention is drawn to the fact that the Index is not an index which integrates environmental and social considerations. Instead, the fund promotes environmental and social characteristics by adhering to the Fidelity Sustainable Investing Framework, as described above.
The funds exposure to Distressed Securities is limited to 10% of its assets.