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French bank BNP Paribas reported better than expected profit in the second quarter after bad loan provisions dipped and business remained buoyant in both investment and retail banking, amid torrid global markets and an economic slowdown. BNP shares jumped over 4% in morning trading, outperforming the European banking sector which was rising at only about half that pace.