Capital Corp. of the West, which last week warned that its future could be in doubt if it failed to raise capital, said late Monday that it had lost $54.6 million in the third quarter, compared to a profit of $6 million the year earlier.

The Merced, Calif., parent of County Bank attributed the loss to two noncash impairment charges, totaling $48.8 million, and an $11.5 million provision for loan losses.

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