WASHINGTON -- Preliminary data show earnings at the nation's credit unions increased by 20% and capital by 11% during the first half of 1992, the industry's top regulator said Wednesday.

"These are very healthy figures, indicating that credit unions are doing very well indeed," said Roger Jepsen, chairman of the National Credit Union Administration.

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