Fifth Third Bancorp FITB shares are down 3.3% on Wednesday in premarket trading after the lender announced that it expects the second-quarter’s net interest income will fall 4%-5% compared to the previous quarter. As of April 20, the bank had forecast a 1% drop in second-quarter net income. The bank’s newer projection assumes that the U.S. Federal Reserve will not raise rates until the end of this quarter. Fifth Third projects a net interest income increase of between 3% and 5% for fiscal 2023. Fifth Third is the newest bank to announce pressure on its net interest income, as the cost for deposits and capital exceeds the growth of loans.