Philadelphia Inquirer November 7, 2019
https://www.inquirer.com/business/vangu ... 91107.html
Interesting article as it states that although these new rates are reported in the updated Annual Reports they are not yet effective.
The article link contains a table with all of the changes.
Just when you thought ETF expenses couldn’t go any lower, Malvern-based investment giant Vanguard has slashed expense ratios on 15 S&P and Russell index-based ETFs, according to its latest annual reports.
While assets in the 15 ETFs grew over the funds’ fiscal year, which ended Aug. 31, expenses fell. Some of the annual expenses dropped by hundredths of one percentage point, known as basis points.
For example, the S&P Smallcap 600 ETF’s expense ratio — the amount investors pay Vanguard annually to manage the fund — fell from 0.15% of assets to 0.10% in the latest year. Assets in the fund fell from $1.1 billion to $991 million.
“The prospectus figure is the expense ratio of record, due to the fact that they may change between the time of the annual report filing and the subsequent prospectus filing,” Vanguard’s Martino said. "The bottom line is you will see the funds listed report their expense ratios in December.”