Amid rising concern about a possible market downturn, the Dime Savings Bank is reminding its customers that investing in fixed-income mutual funds can be risky.

In a recent one-page letter to customers who have purchased mutual funds, the New York thrift emphasized that the investments differ in several significant ways from certificates of deposit.

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