NEW YORK - Michigan National Corp., under regulatory pressure to strengthen its management and its balance sheet, took special gains in the third quarter to offset continuing credit problems.

The company, which lost $28.7 million in the first half, sold rights to service about $2.2 billion of mortgages and about $300 million of mortgage loans during the quarter, chairman and CEO Robert J. Mylod said in an interview on Wednesday.

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