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WSJ.com to offer international funds information from Morningstar

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London—The Wall Street Journal Online (www.wsj.com) Tuesday announced an agreement with Morningstar Inc., which provides independent investment research and global data, to offer new investor tools and international investment funds data to WSJ.com. The new resources are available to users of WSJ.com for free.

The tools provided by Morningstar are located in WSJ.com’s Markets Data Center. They allow users to access data on more than 40,000 Asian, European and offshore investment funds.

The tools include Morningstar International Fund Screener, designed to help investors narrow down a fund universe, and Morningstar Quicktake Reports, fact sheets on various funds.

—Matthew Schwartz

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