(Updated share prices throughout.)JPMorgan Chase's ( JPM) shares were falling early Thursday, despite easily beating top- and bottom-line estimates that were tempered by the company's repayment of federal bailout funds and a special assessment to its regulator. JPMorgan posted a profit of 28 cents a share in the second quarter, down from 53 cents a year earlier, but far better than the 4 cents a share predicted by analysts. Shares of the bank were down 2% to $35.52 in recent trading. The stock closed Wednesday at $36.26. The results were weighed by a charge of $1.1 billion, or 27 cents a share, related to the company's repayment last month of the federal government's $25 preferred equity investment made through the Troubled Asset Relief Program. JPMorgan also was hit with a special assessment of 10 cents a share by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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