Morningstar, the Chicago-based fund researcher, said today that it will offer a group of new indexes early next year that are intended to be licensed to mutual fund companies developing new index-based products.

The move comes after Morningstar expanded its business model this year to begin offering portfolios of mutual funds through its subsidiary, Morningstar Investment Services.

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