Wilmington Trust Corp.'s shares fell Friday on worries about fee income and revenue growth in its second-quarter earnings report, but one analyst said the fears were off the mark.

"This is a company with a history of strong asset quality and this track record continues," said Cassandra Toroian of Ryan, Beck & Co. as shares slipped 1.85%, to $56.75. "Wilmington Trust had another solid quarter, both in terms of traditional commercial banking and trust business."

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