Washington Federal (WAFD) in Seattle reported higher quarterly profit because of an improved deposit mix, increased fee income and loan growth.

The $14.4 billion-asset company's first-quarter earnings rose 8% from a year earlier, to $38.7 million. Earnings per share of 38 cents were on par with the average estimate of analysts polled by Bloomberg.

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