Thanks to falling interest rates, fewer credit unions lost money in the first half of 1995 than a year earlier.

A total of 630 credit unions were losing money as of June 30 - 13% below the loss tally in 1994's depressed first half, according to Veribanc Inc., a bank rating firm in Wakefield, Mass.

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