The covering of a short position by purchasing a long contract, usually resulting from the short sale of a commodity. See: Short covering, stock buyback. Also used in the context of bonds. The purchase of corporate bonds by the issuing company at a discount in the open market. Also used in the context of corporate finance. When a firm elects to repurchase some of the shares trading in the market.
The purchase by a company of its own shares.
When a firm repurchases its own stock from the public. Bloopers & Blunders: ROE, Buybacks, and Value Finance By Example (Archives): IBM to Buyback $3.5 Billion Shares 0-9
The share transaction of a company that involves the buying back its own shares from the market.
Offer by the company to purchase its own securities from the companyâ€(tm)s reserves. The securities bought back by the company are subsequently cancelled.
Where the franchisor agrees to purchase a franchise back from a franchisee if the latter no longer wishes to continue - sometimes in packages for 'peace of mind'.
after a short sale (in which shares are borrowed and then sold), the purchase of an identical amount in order to repay the loan. Also, the repurchase of stock by a corporation. See short sale.
The purchase of a long position to offset short position. Also, corporation's repurchase of stock or bonds it has issued. Also, same as repo.
A corporationâ€(tm)s repurchase of its own stock or bonds.
the act of purchasing back something previously sold
a method for company to invest in itself since they can't own themselves
the purchase of credit in the Plan for an eligible period of past service. Click here for a description of the different types of service you may be eligible to buy back.
Lingo that refers to the covering of a short sale by purchasing the same security. See: Selling Short; Short Covering; Stock Buyback
A company empowered by a shareholders' resolution can offer to buyback shares from shareholders. Usually used as a means to return capital to shareholders.
A company's repurchase of it's own shares of stock.
a situation where a company buys shares of its own stock, typically to add value to its own holdings or decrease its exposure to outside influence.
A purchase of securities by the issuing company in order to take them out of circulation, usually to increase the value of remaining securities.
A corporation's repurchase of stock or bonds it ha... Add a comment