Buyback

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MarketWatch  Jan 17  Comment 
Adobe Systems Inc. said late Tuesday its board of directors has approved a $2.5 billion share buyback program through the end of fiscal 2019. The new program is similar to the company's previous program authorizing the repurchase of up to $2...
Agrimoney.com  Jan 16  Comment 
The palm producer turns some of its recently-acquired war-chest to buying back shares, promising more investment and acquisitions to come
Motley Fool  Jan 12  Comment 
After spending $1.1 billion on share buybacks over the past 14 months, the burrito chain isn’t letting up.
Reuters  Jan 10  Comment 
* Dollarama announces specific share repurchase program as part of normal course issuer bid




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A buyback, also known as a share repurchase, is when a company uses excess capital in the form of cash or debt to purchase its own shares on the public market, thereby reducing the number of shares outstanding. In doing so, the company's management signals to the marketplace that it believes its stock is under-priced and that a buyback is the best way to allocate the company's resources.

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