National bank profits increased during the first quarter of 1992, but overall performance continued to be dogged by problem loans, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced last week.

According to the comptroller's office, the percentage of noncurrent loans in bank portfolios remained "virtually flat at historically high levels."

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