ABN Amro second-quarter profit beats expectations

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Dutch bank ABN Amro reported on Wednesday a larger than expected 45 percent rise in second-quarter underlying net profit to 960 million euros ($1.
13 billion), helped by a growing loan book and lower costs.
Analysts polled by the bank had on average expected a profit of 750 million euros, from the 662 million euros made in the same period last year.
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