SAN FRANCISCO - Improvements in asset quality and loan growth sharply boosted earnings at two big California thrifts and a large commercial bank.

Glendale Federal Bank, a $16 billion-asset thrift headquartered outside Los Angeles, had a profit of $12.1 million for its fiscal fourth quarter, which ended in June. Glendale lost $4.8 million in the same period last year.

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