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Why does it look like same fund has different ratings?

Most mutual funds have multiple share classes that charge different fees. We used to assign a Price rating based on a single, representative share class. Now we rate the price of each share class separately. As a result, when there is a wide range of fees charged among share classes, the ratings for different share class of the same fund can vary. (The table below is for illustrative purposes only

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