Raymond James' profits were buffeted by higher legal bills as the firm braces for tougher regulations and higher litigation costs.

An additional $30 million was added to the firm's legal reserves, according to Raymond James' latest earnings report. “That rise, $30 million, was above normal,” confirmed CEO Paul Reilly during an earnings call with analysts. He did not offer more details.

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