The recent exit of top personnel from Keefe Managers, a New York investment firm, has hurt the shares of St. Paul Bancorp., a Chicago thrift holding company.

Keefe Managers, one of St. Paul's largest shareholders, had been threatening a proxy contest to pressure the company to sell because of its lackluster earnings and performance.

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