More credit unions started selling mutual funds last year, but the growth didn't live up to expectations that 1994 would be a boom year.

Though a firm count isn't out yet, Keith Peterson, an economist with the Credit Union National Association, said that slightly more than 1,000 credit unions offered mutual funds last year, 2% more than the 1993 tally, which, in turn, rose 2% from 1992.

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