Zions Bancorp., still struggling with its commercial real estate portfolio, lost $182 million in the fourth quarter and $1.2 billion for the year but reported improvements in credit quality and capital.
In keeping with other regional banks, its net chargeoffs declined to $292 million, from $383 million in the third quarter. Loss provisions dropped $175 million, to $390 million.
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