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    Bank of New York Mellon said on Thursday quarterly profit fell 72 percent amid disruptions from capital and credit markets, but results topped forecasts as fees from asset management and institutional clients grew at a double-digit pace.

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  • Bank of New York, which is buying Mellon Financial, said on Wednesday that first-quarter profit rose 3%, helped by higher fees from holding securities and processing trades for institutional investors.  Meanwhile, PNC Financial, a fast-growing northeast U.S. regional bank, said first-quarter profit rose 30%, helped by acquisitions and growth in every main business line.

  • Next week will bring a huge pile of earnings, but the guys want you to ignore most of them. Keep your eyes on the regional banks, which will help paint the bigger picture of the subprime story, and internet names like Yahoo.