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Chase Manhattan Bank said liquidation of the Drysdale Government Securities portfolio has been completed and its losses on Drysdale's default will be roughly $18 million less than it had first anticipated. Chase acquired the portfolio after Drysdale defaulted May 18 on more than $200 million in coupon interest payments to major brokerages.

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