consume our websites, such as which pages you have viewed and when
A cookie is a small file downloaded onto
your device when you access a website.
gather basic information on how you consume our websites, such as which pages
you have viewed and when. The information we gather helps us understand what
you like and don’t like; this helps us improve our websites and make the
overall experience better for you.
We use the following types of cookies on
the Morningstar websites:
Site Language - we have many websites
across the world and we use a cookie to make sure you see the correct language
for the country in which you are located.
Analytics - allow us to recognise and
count users of our website, to see how you move around the site, and when you
are using it. This helps us improve the way the website works, for example by
making sure you easily find what you need.
Subscription - this allows us to
recognise that you have bought our Premium service and make sure you are able
to view the content and tools that you’ve paid for.
These cookies help remember preferences,
such as which region’s markets chart you last viewed, so that we remember to
show you the same chart the next time you visit that page.
They also help us understand whether you
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option. It saves you having to login each time you come to the site.
Morningstar and the businesses that
These may include offers for products that you have viewed on other websites or
offers relevant to pages you have looked at on our website. As an example, if
you have recently researched an emerging markets fund on our website, you may
be displayed an advert from an emerging markets fund or ETF provider.
We use a number of third party services on
our websites that help us perform specific functions such as run surveys and
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