WASHINGTON - The government's forecast of failed thrift assets has been cut dramatically in recognition of the industry's improved fortunes.

Roger Watson, research director at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., said the agency expects to handle just $100 million in failed thrift assets this year.

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