Marshall & Ilsley Corp.'s first-quarter loss widened despite lower loan-loss provisions as the company reported a sharply reduced tax benefit, as well as increased noninterest and credit-related expenses.

It marks the sixth consecutive quarterly loss for the Wisconsin regional bank despite an increase in revenue. President and Chief Executive Mark Furlong said, "Our first quarter results reinforce our confidence that a credit quality recovery is under way at M&I."

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