While some institutions have rebounded from the four-year-old California recession, some banks and thrifts continue to see new asset quality problems crop up.

California Financial Holding Co., a $1.3 billion-asset Stocktonbased thrift company, reported just $120,000 in earning in the third quarter because of a whopping $3.7 million loan-loss provision.

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