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Explanation: A dilution levy is as follows:
Bid-offer spreads are not allowed for OEIC's. Instead, they have a dilution levy which is supposed to cover the cost for the hassle of someone buying into or selling out of an OEIC. The money goes into the OEIC's fund itself, not the pockets of the company running it.