SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Orange County Calif.'s investment portfolio loss has reached $2.02 billion, or roughly 27% of what investors have put into the fund, a financial adviser to the county said yesterday.

If the entire portfolio were sold today, it would be worth "73 cents on the dollar," said Thomas W. Hayes, the former California treasurer who is heading a team trying to restructure the county's finances.

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