Fidelity’s fees for its flagship Magellan fund have fallen significantly due to the bear market, Reuters reports, citing information from the fund’s annual report..

The fund has seen a 38% drop in fees in the year ended March 31. To counter this, Boston-based Fidelity has laid off roughly 5% of its staff last year to counter the rough bear market conditions.

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