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The aim of the fund is to generate an attractive real level of income and capital appreciation by utilising a range of strategies from within, amongst others, the global inflation-linked, interest rate and credit markets. These strategies include, but are not limited to, active yield curve strategies, sector rotation, security selection, relative value management and duration management. The fund primarily invests in bonds and short-term securities. It may also invest in derivatives. The fund invests primarily in inflation-linked bonds, nominal bonds and other debt securities of worldwide issuers in developed and emerging markets including but not limited to those issued by governments, agencies, supranationals, corporations and banks. The fund may invest less than 30% in Money Market Instruments and bank deposits, up to 25% in convertible bonds and up to 10% in shares and other participations rights. These investments include investment grade and non investment grade assets. A minimum of 50% of the fund's 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 will consider a wide range of environmental and social characteristics on an ongoing basis. Environmental characteristics include but are not limited to climate change mitigation and adaptation, water and waste management, biodiversity, while social characteristics include but are not limited to product safety, supply chain, health and safety and human rights. Environmental and social characteristics are analysed by Fidelity's fundamental analysts and rated through Fidelity Sustainability Ratings. The fund is actively managed. The Investment Manager will, when selecting investments for the fund and for the purposes of monitoring risk, reference Bloomberg Barclays World Government Inflation-Linked 1 to 10 Year Index (the "Index") as the Index constituents best represent the characteristics the fund is seeking to gain exposure to. The fund's performance can be assessed against its Index. The Investment Manager has a wide range of discretion relative to the Index. While the fund will hold assets that are components of the Index, it may also invest in issuers, sectors, countries and security types that are not included in, and that have different weightings from, the Index in order to take advantage of investment opportunities. It is expected that over long time periods, the fund's performance will differ from the Index. However, over short time periods, the fund's performance may be close to the Index, depending on market conditions. 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.