In Python Pandas, boolean operation

I am performing boolean operation on two Series. I was expecting the boolean operation to automatically do the operation corresponding to the same index. But instead it just does it by order. Is this the expected behavior or there is some different way of doing this?
Thanks

b
Out[47]: 
AEIS    False
AAPL     True
ACFN    False
Name: OldPosition, dtype: bool

a
Out[48]: 
AAPL     True
ACFN    False
AEIS     True
dtype: bool

a&b
Out[50]: 
AAPL    False
ACFN    False
AEIS    False
dtype: bool

Best answer

This seems like a bug to me:

In [1]: a = pd.Series([True, False, True], list('bca'))

In [2]: b = pd.Series([False, True, False], list('abc'))

In [3]: a & b
Out[3]:
b    False
c    False
a    False
dtype: bool

One way to workaround is to reindex using the same index:

In [4]: index = a.index | b.index

In [5]: a.reindex(index) & b.reindex(index)
Out[5]:
a    False
b     True
c    False
dtype: bool