Fidelity unveils first no-fee funds in US

First zero expense ratio index funds launch tomorrow in US

Beth Brearley
There is no minimum investment for either fund in the US

There is no minimum investment for either fund in the US

Fidelity Investments, based in Boston, has announced it is launching the world's first zero expense ratio index funds tomorrow (3 August) in the US.

The Fidelity ZERO Total Market Index fund (FZROX) and the Fidelity ZERO International Index fund (FZILX) will cut costs by tracking Fidelity's in-house equity indices. FZROX aims to provide returns that correspond to the total return of a broad range of publicly traded companies in the US while FZILX targets returns in line with the total return of foreign developed and emerging stocks. Fidelity introduces performance-related variable fee after regulatory delay As well as the 0% expense ratio, there is no minimum investment for either fund. In a statement on its website the grou...

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