Rising interest rates squeezed credit union profits in 1994 and contributed to the industry's liquidity crunch.

The industry's overall assets grew just 4.5% to $289 billion, according to preliminary call report data compiled by the National Credit Union Administration. That's about half 1993's growth and a third of the growth in 1992.

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