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the act of purchasing back something previously sold

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Release date- 06082019 - Ageas announces the decision of the Board of Directors to initiate a new share buy-back programme of its outstanding common stock for an amount of EUR 200 million.
The SECP had notified Listed Companies '(Buy-back of Shares) Regulations, 2019' on May 23 after a series of meetings with stakeholders.
AHCL's Board of Directors has approved a proposal to buy-back its own fully paid-up ordinary shares of face value of Rs.10 from shareholders of the company at a price of Rs.
Reportedly, the purpose of the share buy-back programme is to meet the company's obligations arising from the share-based incentive programmes for the board of directors and executive management, in accordance with the company's remuneration policy and the general guidelines for incentive remuneration.
Provider of telecommunication services Telia Company AB (STO:TELIA) announced on Tuesday its decision to implement a new SEK5.0bn share buy-back programme.
One way in which this pervasive corporate ethos manifests itself is the explosion of stock buy-backs.
Further, the company will be exercising buy-back program covering up to 300 million of First Gen's common shares.
'There is no specific timetable for the effectivity of the buy-back program and management at its discretion will act on the timing and buying levels as it deems fit,' the disclosure said.
Bangladesh Bank (BB) has issued a 16-point guideline to undertake buy-back programme for the government treasury bonds or bills aiming to reduce the number of government securities.
The government spent a total of e1/4236.3m for the bond buy-back on Friday, announced on August 30, the PDMO, a division of the finance ministry, said in a statement on its website.
ISLAMABAD -- The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Monday notified the Listed Companies (Buy-Back of Shares) Regulations, 2016.
The share buy-back programme will be carried out on the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, and is subject to the approval and regulation of the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA).
The buy-back is not expected to strain Batelco's liquidity position, as the company reported cash reserves of 199m dinars ($522m) at the end of 2013, more than double the 99m dinars held at the end of 2012.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The director for legal affairs of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said buy-back contracts have attracted only 50 billion dollars in investment for Iran's petroleum industry in the last 15 years.