The stock of PNC Financial Services Group Inc. PNC +1.09% fell 3% on Tuesday in premarket trading after the regional lender’s revenue for its second quarter failed to meet expectations. PNC, based in Pittsburgh, reported a net income of $1.496 billion or $3.39 per share compared to $1.500 billion or $3.36 per share for the same period last year. The revenue increased from $5.116 to $5.293. FactSet’s consensus predicted EPS at $3.29, and revenue at $5.449 billion. The bank stated in a press release that loans were stable, but deposits dropped by 2%. Net interest income dropped by 2%, to $3.5 billion. The net interest margins also fell by 5 basis point. Fee income fell by 6%, despite a decline of $58 million in mortgage servicing. Noninterest income fell 50%. The bank has set aside $146 millions for loan losses. This is down from $235 in the first quarter. The stock is down 19% year-to-date, while S&P 500 SPX, +0.39% is up 17.8%.