Charter Federal Savings Bank, the back-from-near-death Virginia thrift famous for taking on the federal government, is again worried about some of its assets.

But this time interest rates, not government-granted goodwill, are to blame. In addition, the $736 million-asset Bristol, Va., thrift isn't in a fight for its life about it.

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