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the act of purchasing back something previously sold

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First Holdings OKs P5-B buyback plan !-- -- Iris Gonzales (The Philippine Star) - July 6, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The Lopez Group has expanded its massive share buyback program amid a string of similar buyback activities in the market by other listed firms owing to the prevailing volatility in the market.
The shares buyback regulations grabbed the spotlight in the May 17 meeting with adviser on finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh where the desperate stockbrokers who have watched market meltdown by 20,000 points, or 36pc, since May 2017 forwarded several proposals to put a floor under the market fall.
And while Buffett didn't say when or how fast these buybacks could happen, this number certainly is worth paying attention to.
New Delhi: The Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) board approved buyback of 25.29 crore shares for Rs 4,022 crore as part of the government plan to get cash-rich PSUs to part with their surplus.
Sure, stock buybacks increase share prices because of the liquidity effects that push the demand for stocks, but only temporarily as buy orders quickly fade away after a few weeks.
If the accounting profession fails to address accounting for buybacks, it will be held responsible for the financial crisis that is likely to occur as a result of public companies either using their cash to buy back their stock when other uses were more important--as was recently done by GE--or borrow money to buy back stock and end up not being able to repay the debt, which will certainly happen when a recession occurs.
Share buyback (repurchase) has become a prominent corporate practice in developing and developed economies.
Over the past decade, companies have poured approximately $4 trillion into buybacks, reducing share count and contributing to the historic rise in stock prices.
Stock buybacks are typically as straightforward as they sound, with the company buying its own shares on the open market with the help of an institution that specializes in such purchases.
Key Words: Share Buybacks; Share Prices; Investment Decisions; General Linear Model
Corporate India has been on a shopping spree of a different kind - share buybacks. Between April and October, 19 buyback offers were made - the highest in the last two fiscal years - according to Prime Database.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 24, 2016-S&P 500 Q1 2016 buybacks increase 12%
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 24, 2016-S&P 500 Q1 2016 buybacks increase 12%
Although popular for over 25 years, corporate stock buybacks have accelerated in recent years, with billions of dollars in repurchases following the financial crisis of the late 2000s (Schwartz, 2011; Thomasson & Xydias, 2010).