Rising interest rates stalled the growth of tax-exempt mutual funds during the first three quarters of 1994, according to Federal Reserve statistics.

Assets in the funds edged up to $220.6 billion at Oct. 31 from $217.9 billion at yearend 1993. The funds had doubled in size since the end of 1990.

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