The dollar amounts of federal securities class action settlements reached record highs in 2006, two industry surveys have reported.

Securities Class Action Services (SCAS) estimates that the total was $18 billion, about $1 billion higher than a finding by Cornerstone, whose count topped its 2005 figure by $3.5 billion — an increase of more than 300 percent.

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