Massachusetts Financial Services has begun offering two classes of shares in most of its mutual funds, in a move that the company said would provide investors with more choice.

The creation of class A and class B shares will provide increased flexibility, according to company officials. At the same time, the Boston-based mutual fund company is streamlining its entire fund group.

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