WASHINGTON — Credit unions have been grabbing a bigger share of insured deposits from banks and thrifts in the past 10 years, according to a report issued Wednesday.

Insured deposits rose 6.16% from 1989 to 1999 at credit unions, against 1.42% at banks. Insured deposits at thrifts fell 2.14% during that period, according to the 2001 Credit Union Directory from Callahan & Associates, a consultant group that publishes reports on the industry.

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