Instead of reporting third-quarter results as expected Tuesday, Enterprise Financial Services Corp. in Clayton, Mo., announced a delay.
The $2.2 billion-asset company gave no reason for the postponement nor did it set a new date for the release.
Enterprise's stock fell 3% by late Tuesday afternoon, to $8.70 a share.
For the second quarter, Enterprise posted a net loss available to common shareholders of $216,000 after paying $602,000 in dividends on the government's preferred shares. It had gotten $62 million of capital late last year through the Treasury Department's Troubled Asset Relief Program.
At June 30 its nonperforming loans were $49.2 million, or 2.6% of total loans, with most of the stress coming from the Kansas City area.