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  • NEW YORK, Oct 4- Exchange-traded funds are waging a price war that may save investors money on fees, but cheaper fund choices pose a greater risk because they may rely on new, more-opaque indexes.

  • *MSCI says switch covers $24 million of annual operating income. Oct 2- Vanguard Group, the largest U.S. mutual fund manager, said on Tuesday it was switching 22 of its biggest index funds away from benchmarks provided by MSCI Inc in order to cut costs.

  • *MSCI says switch covers $24 million of annual operating income. Oct 2- Vanguard Group, the largest U.S. mutual fund manager, said on Tuesday it was switching 22 of its biggest index funds away from benchmarks provided by MSCI Inc in order to cut costs.

  • *MSCI says switch covers $24 million of annual operating income. Oct 2- Vanguard Group, the largest U.S. mutual fund manager, said on Tuesday it was switching 22 of its biggest index funds away from benchmarks provided by MSCI Inc in order to cut costs.

  • *Vanguard says $537 bln of assets will be switched* MSCI says $24 mln of annual operating income affected. Oct 2- Vanguard Group, the largest U.S. mutual fund manager on Tuesday said it was switching 22 of its biggest index funds away from benchmarks provided by MSCI Inc in order to cut costs.

  • BOSTON-- Vanguard Group is trying to bolster its appeal to cost-conscious investors by reducing a key expense of investing in low-cost index mutual funds: fees paid to firms that license benchmarks covering segments of the stock market that the funds track.

  • *MSCI says switch covers $24 million of annual operating income. Oct 2- Vanguard Group, the largest U.S. mutual fund manager, said on Tuesday it was switching 22 of its biggest index funds away from benchmarks provided by MSCI Inc in order to cut costs.

  • By Jilian Mincer and Steven C. Johnson. NEW YORK, Sept 30- U.S. stocks have more than doubled since the financial crisis and are closing in on a five-year high, but many Main Street investors have been absent from the party- especially those with the least saved.

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    Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:

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    The Facebook fiasco: One party conspicuously quiet in all this is NYSE Euronext. What you have heard from it, officially, is: Zip. Zero. Nada.

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    Given the large amount of attention on the social networking giant's IPO, investors shouldn't expect to actually get shares or make money on them, USA Today reports.

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    Bullish sentiment among the most active clients of Charles Schwab is at its highest level since the bull market began, which may signal the less active crowd will soon follow.

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    There are a handful of small, actively managed mutual funds holding little more than a dozen or so stocks boasting returns above 22 percent this year. Their secret? Old-fashioned stock picking of lesser-known or undervalued companies.

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    Take a look at some of Wednesday morning's early movers:

  • Doing the required research to determine which dividend-yielding stocks should be in your portfolio is a daunting task. Consider investing in dividend exchange-traded funds instead.

  • The Fed's decision to keep interest rates at historic lows through late 2014 signifies a game-changer for certain sectors.

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    Take a look at some of Friday morning's early movers:

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    Merry Christmas, markets. This might be the Santa rally you were hoping for, but it may be fleeting. Coordinated central bank action and strong U.S. data combined to spark a powerful rally that some analysts say might just be the start of a seasonal year-end rally. But they also warn the rally could quickly fade on fresh bad news from Europe, and it is not likely to stretch into the new year.

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    After years of taking that back seat regarding business strategy, it is time for a more enlightened and evolved professional state.

  • He’s said it before and on Thursday strategic investor Doug Kass said it again. Go long.