In March 2018, we revamped the Mutual Funds pages on globeandmail.com.
Click for a Mutual Funds pages comparison document for the Old vs. New section. This document is a PDF, so you can download it and/or print it if you wish.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are we making this specific change?
Who will see these changes with this upcoming release?
When is this change taking place?
Question: Have you added any content?
Question: Have you removed any content?
Question: Do I need to refresh my browser to see price changes?
Answer: A page refresh is required, but as mutual funds only report end of day pricing, their trading is not real time. The pricing is only updated daily, at the quickest. Some mutual fund companies only report pricing weekly or monthly, and their prices will only be updated when they report new prices.
Question: Are data values in Real Time?
Answer: No, mutual fund prices are not in real time.
Question: I track Mutual Funds in my Portfolio. Has anything changed?
Answer: Historical values and pricing has not changed. Due to system differences between the previous data provider and out new data provider, when clicking a link from within your Portfolio you will be directed to the mutual fund section page.
Question: Can I read these pages using software for the visually impaired?
Answer: The Globe and Mail supports AODA Level A standards of accessibility.
Question: Where can I send my feedback about these changes?
Answer: Feedback can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org