Two regional banks, Fifth Third and BB&T, last month delivered what is becoming a familiar message this earnings season — it is a frustrating time to be a banker.

Fifth Third in Cincinnati reported the double-whammy of weak mortgage banking revenue and a paucity of loan growth. Moreover, executives at BB&T said, the uncertain outlook for interest rates is wreaking havoc on how banks manage securities portfolios.

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