The nation's leading credit unions got squeezed by last year's run-up in interest rates.

The top 100 credit unions boosted their assets by just 6.3% - the slowest growth in at least five years, according to an American Banker survey. And the group's earnings fell 9.7%, an abrupt change after three years of double-digit gains. (Complete tables begin on page 14.)

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