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Stock buyback and issuance programmes are an overlooked transfer of wealth
And the question of a Democrat presidency.
Increasingly wary companies spend less on repurchases for the second quarter in a row
Trend towards ‘de-equitisation’ is not likely to reverse any time soon
Group hopes to capitalise on improving investor sentiment following bruising 2018
Fair-weather strategy carries risk for investors
The sharp growth in share repurchases after last year’s corporate tax cut has slowed in 2019
Investors seemed unimpressed despite soaring sales of gin and tequila
Companies opt for flexibility over higher dividends
A chaotic Brexit will intensify the carrier’s woes
Irish airline triggers block purchases to keep airline under majority EU ownership
Yeah, about that coming golden era of capital investment.
Companies spending money on their equities prove an easy target for Congress
Reinsurer says 2018 was sector’s fourth most expensive year on record
UK hospitality group says funds will come from proceeds of Costa Coffee chain sale
Move follows 14% drop for stock after sales warning
Higher prices, cost-cutting and spending discipline boost energy major’s profits
Owner of Gordon’s and Tanqueray benefits from boom in UK gin drinking
Swiss bank pledges to buy back as much as SFr3bn of its shares over two years
Bank will commit to ‘significant’ buyback but amount ‘nowhere near’ analysts’ estimate for next year