Vanguard is changing the benchmarks for 22 of its international stock index funds and U.S. stock and balanced index funds, which the company hopes will save shareholders money over time.

The company plans to transition six international stock index funds, with assets of $170 billion, to FTSE benchmarks, and 16 U.S. stock and balanced index funds, with aggregate assets of $367 billion, to new benchmarks developed by the University of Chicago’s Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP).

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