In the latest of a slew of class actions, Capstead Mortgage Corp. of Dallas was again accused this week of issuing false statements that inflated its stock price.

Doing so, the action says, permitted officers and directors of the mortgage investment company to raise about $192.2 million to fund operations by selling new stock. Also, the action says, the false statements permitted officers to exchange their dividend-equivalent rights for $23.25 per share, realizing personal profits of more than $10.6 million.

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