(Bloomberg) — State Street, which is expanding into higher fee ETFs, said first-quarter profit dropped 14% as volatile markets hurt fees.

Net income decreased to $319 million, or 79 cents a share, from $373 million, or 89 cents, a year earlier, the custody bank and asset manager said Wednesday. The results missed the 86 cents a share average estimate by 10 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.

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