Merrill Lynch & Co. is raising the fees it charges some mutual fund companies for selling their products.

Merrill Lynch is in the midst of negotiating new contracts with the approximately 100 fund companies whose products it sells so that all funds will pay the same so-called revenue sharing fee, the charge which funds or their advisers pay broker/dealers for selling funds and servicing shareholders.

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