Updated from 7:36 a.m. EDT with market reaction, additional detail on credit quality and capital ratios, along with comment from Jefferies analyst Ken Usdin.
- Second-quarter EPS of 76 cents, compared to 70 cents previous quarter and 73 cents in second quarter of 2012.
- Earnings beat the consensus estimate of 70 cents.
- Noninterest income up 4% from first quarter.
- Average loans grow by 1% from first quarter.