Bank of Florida Corp. in Naples, which is under regulatory pressure to raise capital, has postponed a $135 million stock offering, saying market conditions have deteriorated.

Michael L. McMullan, the $1.5 billion-asset company's president and chief executive officer, said late Thursday that investors have become more scarce because of unexpected third-quarter losses reported by Florida banking companies that recently raised capital.

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