Vanguard Group Inc., the largest U.S. mutual-fund provider, will drop MSCI Inc. as the benchmark provider for 22 index funds holding about $537 billion in assets, to cut costs for fund shareholders over time.
U.S. investors embraced passive investing in 2013 by pouring a record $115 billion into index mutual funds, almost double the previous high.
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