A dip in the number of securities fraud class actions filed between 2004 and 2005 has had the media buzzing over the reasons and implications.

According to findings by Stanford University and Cornerstone Research, a financial analysis firm in Boston, 176 suits were filed last year, a decrease of 36 from the previous year. Could the “pig have passed through the python,” as an article on CFO.com suggests?

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