In a move that has been condemned by the mutual fund industry, The Securities and Exchange Commission last week endorsed a proposal that would force complexes to disclose their portfolio holdings four times each year. Funds currently have to disclose the information twice a year.

The commission also put forward a bevy of measures that are designed to help shareholders understand the contents of their portfolios and tell them exactly how much their funds cost.

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