The bank experienced a stable margin, controlled expense growth and continued strength in wealth management and card-based businesses, said
"Our underlying performance in the second quarter was also driven by the impact of balanced loan growth and the resulting increase in interest income," Schrider said. "This more than offset the decline in mortgage banking revenues as originations were lower than prior year levels."
-- From staff reports
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