Bank of America Corp. raised almost all the same questions as its fellow megabanks did last week and got no closer to resolving them.

B of A, like JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup, managed a profit, though on lower revenues and stagnant lending while credit quality improved. Its executives spoke more Friday about trimming the company's waistline than adding heft to its core businesses.

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