State Street Corp.'s first-quarter earnings rose 4%, helped by an increase in new customers, beating analysts' expectations of lower earnings due to high costs, volatile markets and climbing interest rates.

In the second quarter, State Street expects to recognize a pretax charge in the range of $23 million to $25 million as it trims its real estate portfolio and expects to sublease space in its headquarters building in Boston's financial district.

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