Correction

May 08, 1992

A recent earnings report for Loyola Capital Corp. misstate the effect of an accounting change on the banking company's first-quarter results. Instead of reducing earnings by $300,000, the change actually increased the quarter's profits by $2.7 million. Also, the report said Loyola's assets had fallen by 3.5 percent in the year that ended March 31, 1992; assets actually fell 7.2 percent, to $1.93 billion from $2.08 billion.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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