Morgan Stanley's wealth management net income slumped 8% year-over-year, part of an overall weak quarter for the firm that saw companywide profits drop 53%.

Morgan said that net income for its wealth management unit fell $493 million for the quarter from $535 million for the year-ago period. Senior leadership blamed the weak showing partly on volatile markets during the first quarter and "muted client activity."

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