Wealth management revenues are on the rise at Bank of America, which still saw profits dive 43% at the end of the second quarter on mortgage-related litigation expenses.

The company's Global Investment and Wealth Management division, which includes U.S. Trust and Merrill Lynch, reported revenues of $4.58 billion, up from $4.49 billion for the year-ago period. 

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