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Concatenate multiple INDEX/MATCH results

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Looking for a way to concatenate multiple values that are returned by a lookup or index/match function.

I have a column of dates, and a column of statuses. I want to return every status, concatenated by CHAR(10), for the highest date.

Unconcatenated, it looks like this:

=INDEX(D5:D108,MATCH(MAX(B5:B108),B5:B108))

That, of course, only returns one result.

Let me know if I can clarify anything!

Thanks
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