Chase Manhattan Corp. said Thursday that it suffered a pretax trading loss of $160 million in October, becoming the first money-center bank to reveal a big hit from the convulsions in global markets.

Chase, which has been investing in capital markets expertise at home and abroad, said the losses came from its Latin American operations and could keep the company from reaching its goal of 15% earnings-per-share growth for the year.

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