SAN FRANCISCO -- Two big California thrifts announced strategic moves aimed at restoring normal operations following recapitalizations this year.

Confirming previous reports, Los Angeles-based California Federal Bank said Thursday it plans to sell in bulk $300 million of nonperforming real estate assets by yearend to help cleanse its balance sheet.

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