Profits were up 8% for Bank of America's wealth management unit, as cost cutting efforts offset falling revenue growth.

The bank's Global Wealth & Investment Management unit – which includes Merrill Lynch – reported net income of $722 million, up from $669 million from the year ago period. However, GWIM's net income was down $2 million from the previous quarter.

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