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Progress on class-action suits slow and uneven

By Andrew Caffrey
Globe Staff / September 21, 2004

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Efforts to settle the numerous class-action lawsuits filed against Putnam Investments, MFS Investment Management, and other mutual fund companies for their role in the market-timing scandals are moving at an uneven pace, and any deal that may be worked out is likely months away, principals involved in the case said. (Full Article: 856 Words)

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