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Annuities cushion fund sales dropoff; rush to short-term instruments helps make up lost ground.

DEC 2, 1994 2:00am ET

A surge of customer interest in annuities and other securities is softening the blow of falling mutual fund sales, according to executives of bank-affiliated brokerages and fund companies.

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