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1. Repurchase of Shares Pro Rata from Shareholders.
2. Profits through Repurchase of Senior Securities at a Discount.
3. Don't forget that you can always repurchase the stock tomorrow.
4. Nearly all women will repurchase their diamonds with their virtue.
5. Not only were they not opportunistic with their share repurchase program.
6. The company has the option of putting a share repurchase program in place.
7. Wanting to repurchase his brother’s trust, he had to give more, something final, for.

8. It is much easier for a management to reduce repurchase activities than to cut dividends.
9. First, most companies issuing stock options probably don’t have stock repurchase programs.
10. On December 23, 1986, Crazy Eddie, the company, announced the repurchase of 3 million shares.
11. In 1935, according to its annual reports, the company began to repurchase its own stock in the open market.
12. Netflix spent approximately $200 million to repurchase 900,000 shares of stock at an average price of $221.
13. Typically, management should repurchase shares in their undervalued stock during times of uncertainty or fear.
14. Unfortunately, it recently has become all too common for companies to repurchase their stock when it is overpriced.
15. You collected $55 for the initial sale, paid $400 to repurchase the put, and collected $200 for selling the Oct put.
16. So, they initiated a share repurchase program, and began repurchasing shares regardless of the valuation or price paid.
17. To counteract that dilution, the companies must turn right back around and repurchase millions of shares in the open market.
18. The alternative method of distributing corporate cash to stockholders is to have a company repurchase its own shares for cash.
19. At times a substantial profit is realized by corporations through the repurchase of their own senior securities at less than par value.
20. As a result, they instituted a share repurchase policy in 2011, to only repurchase shares in Berkshire when the stock trades at less than 1.
21. During this time, the management team initiates a share repurchase program and purchases 20% of its shares at an average price of $50 per share.
22. Arguing that the structural increase in repurchase rates is not fully included in these estimates is another way to prettify the expected return.
23. This was pure financial engineering; the book value rose not because of retained earnings but simply through the repurchase of stock at a discount.
24. How the shares were issued is irrelevant—you first have to know if the repurchase is attractive in the context of all potential uses of the capital.
25. It also imposed restrictions on rental charges incurred, dividend payments, the repurchase of shares and the voluntary redemption of senior securities.
26. The foregoing income account shows that the chief earnings of Utah Securities were derived from the repurchase of its own obligations at a discount.
27. Value investors, having a long-term orientation, generally look for companies that consistently repurchase their stocks during periods of undervaluation.
28. Management will create more value for shareholders the lower it is able to repurchase shares from the intrinsic value of the business (all else being equal).
29. In that case, if you still maintain your same view on the market, you may wish to repurchase this option, and remove the limited profit aspect of this trade.
30. In many cases, the companies will have expansion opportunities—such as Xerox and Texas Instruments had—which make share repurchase relatively unattractive.
31. First, Leasco believed that if it reinvested its own funds into productive activities rather than in the repurchase of its own securities, it would grow much faster.
32. If the value of the foreign currency has declined with respect to the domestic currency, it will cost him more to repurchase the domestic currency and repay the loan.
33. It does not make much difference that in the later year the nature of the special profit—gain through repurchase of bonds at less than par—is disclosed in the report.
34. Firms may repurchase shares or pay dividends when they have excess cash, while they issue seasoned equity (additional equity in an existing company) when they need more capital from investors.
35. The Hamilton Woolen management is also to be commended for its action during 1932 and 1933 in employing excess cash capital to repurchase pro rata a substantial number of shares at a reasonable price.
36. Reduced market prices in the 1970s, caused by weak general markets, permitted Crown Cork and Seal to repurchase its own common stock at much more attractive prices than would have otherwise been possible.
37. What this means is that timing is of no real value to the investor unless it coincides with pricing—that is, unless it enables him to repurchase his shares at substantially under his previous selling price.
38. However, as the stock price declined to below $14 per share in 2009, management pulled back, saying the recession had limited its ability to repurchase shares, and that it would only repurchase $400 million in stock.
39. The company eventually expanded its capital return program to over $130 billion in April 2014, including an increase in its share repurchase authorization to $90 billion from the previously announced $60 billion level.
40. Other company-specific catalysts include all types of financial or operational restructurings, such as the spin-off of a division or a significant repurchase of shares, a change in management, and investments in new business developments.
41. Not only does it make possible the continuance of interest or preferred-dividend payments, but it has an important bearing also on the retirement of the principal, either at maturity or by sinking-fund operations or by voluntary repurchase.
42. It made possible and compelled the repurchase by the company of more than three-quarters of the issue, and it even forced the stockholders to contribute additional capital to make good a deficiency of assets below the indenture requirements.
43. Buy-ins also bring certain other relative disadvantages to corporations, even to those that unquestionably have surplus cash and no better use of it than to repurchase shares selling at prices that are attractive relative to corporate reality:.
44. Put means that the holder of a security can require someone else, under certain conditions, to repurchase that security: That is, the institutional investors could force Leasco or Leasco’s nominee to pay them the guaranteed price at the end of a year.
45. Shareholder yield unites a stock’s dividend yield with its buyback yield to show what percentage of total cash the company is paying out to shareholders, either in the form of a cash dividend or as expended cash to repurchase its shares in the open market.
46. Such conduct would be injurious to nearly all the stockholders, whether they sell or not, and it is for that reason that we spoke of the repurchase of shares at an unconscionably low price as only presumably to the advantage of those who retained their interest.
47. This would leave the stockholder with no downside protection, but once the existing covered call has expired, or once it’s closed out through repurchase, a new collar that’s more relevant to the current price levels and option expiration dates could be executed.
48. As a practical matter, buy-ins are likely to remain a limited activity simply because for most corporations, no matter how attractively priced their managements think their stock is, share repurchases are impractical—the company lacks either the liquidity or the legal authority to repurchase or retire shares.
49. They want to buy "good" businesses, by which they mean those that are unchallenged by new entrants, have growing earnings, are not vulnerable to being technologically undermined, and can generate enough free cash flow on a regular basis to make the shareholders happy, either through dividends, share repurchase, or intelligent reinvestment.
50. On this last point, Fitch Ratings published an interesting article on April 20, 2004, in which it recognized that stock options were basically a stockholder problem, not a creditor problem; but then went on to state, Because of their dilutive effect, many companies have a high propensity to repurchase shares issued upon exercise of employee stock options.

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