(Bloomberg) -- Near the end of January, mutual fund giant Vanguard announced that it had lowered the expense ratios on 35 of its mutual funds. That's after a December announcement that it had lowered expense ratios on 53 funds. All in all, Vanguard estimated, the changes resulted in an $87.4 million reduction in the fees paid by its customers.

Lowering fees for customers. Outrageous!

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