Stronger loan demand and a shift toward higher-yielding assets drove second-quarter earnings up 28% at Bank of New York Co. to $226 million, while extraordinary gains in the same period last year resulted in a 10% decline at J.P. Morgan & Co. to $315 million.

Analysts said results at both banks were broadly in line with expectations.

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