Despite special charges and a loss on the sale of low-yielding assets, bank analysts said, Dime Bancorp's third-quarter earnings were satisfactory.

The New York City-based thrift reported earnings of $16.9 million, an 11% drop from the same period last year, while taking an after-tax charge of $15.2 million to cover payments for refinancing the Savings Association Insurance Fund.

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