Northeast Federal Corp., parent of one of New England's biggest thrifts, said Monday that it lost $9.4 million in the second quarter as a result of an $18 million provision for future loan losses and for writeoffs related to foreclosed real estate that it plans to sell.

The Hartford, Conn.-based company, whose Northeast Savings subsidiary has 53 branches and several nationwide mortgage lending offices, also said that it planned to file a rights offering proposal that could raise up to $60 million.

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