reacquired stock


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Synonyms for reacquired stock

stock that has been bought back by the issuing corporation and is available for retirement or resale

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Retiring reacquired stock entails cutting firms' capital bases, but allowing companies to hold their own shares without retiring them may help drive up stock prices, while allowing the firms to maintain their capital adequacy.
Retiring reacquired stock entails cutting firms' capital bases, but allowing companies to buy and hold their own shares without retiring them may help drive up stock prices while maintaining their capital adequacy.
Certain uses of reacquired stock may themselves call for specific financial accounting methods.
Note: The description of the reacquired stock above as "S stock" should not be confused to mean that the stock retained by the shareholder(s), after the transaction, is still that of an S corporation (i.
He said that the Board of Directors views the Company's stock as a good investment and that the Company intends to use the reacquired stock for contributions to its Employee Stock Ownership Plan.