As part of a streamlining move, AIM Investments will close down eight of its most poorly performing mutual funds and merge them into other products.

The portfolios, which have combined assets of about $5.8 billion, include the AIM Balanced fund, the AIM Core Stock fund and the AIM Health Sciences fund.

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