buy-back


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buy-back

(ˈbaɪˌbæk)
n
(Banking & Finance) commerce the repurchase by a company of some or all of its shares from an investor, who acquired them by putting venture capital into the company when it was formed
Translations

buy-back

adj buy-back optionRückkaufoption f; buy-back priceRückkaufpreis m
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The Board of Directors of Vestas Wind Systems A/S has decided to initiate a share buy-back programme of up to DKK 1,120 million (approximately EUR 150 million) to be executed during the period 5 November 2015 to 31 December 2015.
period (the "Close Period Buy-Back Programme") to buy-back
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).
Bill would expedite Cobell settlement payments and provide tribes with more control over Land Buy-Back Program
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.
Table-1 shows the buy-back announcement and security rates of return gives the figure of mean daily return (MDRs) and mean percentage of daily return greater than zero (MPRs) for the days surroundings the buy back announcement.
We believe that the large number of Bashneft shares buy-back claims was due to XX% market arbitrage for preferred shares (buy back price R1397 per share).
Brisbane, Australia, Sep 12, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Linc Energy Limited (ASX:LNC) (OTCQX:LNCGY) today announced its intention to conduct an on-market buy-back of up to 5% of the Company's fully paid ordinary shares.
com, Office Depot and Costco, and powers their buy-back programs.
According to the Primary Dealership Agreement, only Primary Dealer banks can participate to buy-back auctions.
announces that under the current share buy-back program which was started on October 23rd 2009, a "block trade" has been made on December 9th 2009.