Credit unions are in for a cooling off in 1995 after the red-hot lending and record earnings of previous years, industry observers said.

The tight liquidity situation the industry faced last year is expected to be relieved as lending dips and deposits flow into credit unions. But net income will suffer as the cost of funds increases.

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