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the act of purchasing back something previously sold

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6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- XL Group plc ("XL" or the "Company") (NYSE: XL) announced today that the Board of Directors of the Company (the "Board") approved a new share buyback program, authorizing the Company to buy back up to $1 billion of its ordinary shares.
The report said that the share buybacks have helped boost Yahoo's shares roughly 74 percent this year.
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Share buybacks are an attractive option in an unpredictable market.
IBM (IBM) spent the most on share buybacks during the first quarter ($4.
DUBAI/ABU DHABI: First Gulf Bank (FGB) yesterday announced that it had initiated a share buyback program for up to 10 percent of the bank's shares issued and traded in the market.
The decision to suspend share buybacks follows similar action by AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, both of which announced cuts in stock repurchases last month.
3 million) share buyback programme and was due to complete it fully by the end of September.
30 midterm book closings are behind the increased share buybacks this year.
Share buybacks signal confidence in a company's future
While maintaining our focus on investing in future growth, this new share buyback programme will enable us to continue our policy of returning value to shareholders through share buybacks and our longstanding progressive dividend policy.
According to the report, share buybacks are usually good for existing investors as they reduce the number of shares on the open market which should boost the value of available shares.
Applying the rationale in practice Where a company's board and the management both believe that there is a major shortfall between current market value and the long-term enterprise value of a company's shares and the company enjoys adequate liquidity, a share buyback should be considered.
Ralph Findlay, chief executive of Midlands brewer and pubs group Marston's, yesterday ruled out further share buybacks in the current market due to concerns about gearing up the group's balance sheet.