In general, when a fund company merges two funds together, things are not going well with one of them.

The problem, however, may not be the admission of turbulence, but rather the negative affect of the actual mergers. Fund mergers can spark outflows even if the company really believes that shareholders are better off as a result of the merger, according to industry analysts.

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