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Stock repurchases in Canada

David Lawrence Ikenberry

Stock repurchases in Canada

performance and strategic trading

by David Lawrence Ikenberry

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stock repurchasing -- Canada.,
  • Stocks -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Ikenberry, Josef Lakonishok, Theo Vermaelen.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 7325, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 7325.
    ContributionsVermaelen, Theo, 1953-, Lakonishok, Josef., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 7325, HG4028.S73 I55 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20, [12] p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22394477M

    1. Potential tax advantages. When tax rate on capital gains are lower than the tax rate on dividend income, share repurchases have a tax advantage over cash dividends. 2. Share price support/signaling. Companies may purchase their own stock, thereby signaling to the market that the company views its own stock as a good investment. the price of its stock will rise in the near future may buy call options or sell put options on its own stock. Some hypothetical examples of how a corporation might use listed options to meet its financial goals are summarized below. Corporate Stock Repurchase Programs & File Size: 90KB.   The net buyback yield is calculated as the percentage of net stock bought by the company over the last four quarterly reports, or, in essence, the last year divided by the current market : Stone Fox Capital.


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Share Repurchase: A share repurchase is a program by which a company buys back its own shares from the marketplace, usually because management thinks the shares are undervalued, Author: Caroline Banton. Stock buybacks refer to the repurchasing of shares of stock by the company that issued them.

A buyback occurs when the issuing company pays shareholders the Author: Troy Segal. Buy back the number of shares of stock your board has decided on.

Multiply the number of shares by the price per share to determine the amount of money you will have to pay out. If you were buying b shares with a par value of $1 originally sold for $12 each at $15 per stock, you would pay out $,%(10). Stock Repurchases in Canada: Performance Stock repurchases in Canada book Strategic Trading David Ikenberry, Josef Lakonishok, Theo Vermaelen.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing During the s, U.S. firms that announced stock repurchase. Stock Repurchases in Canada: Performance and Strategic Trading Article in The Journal of Finance 55(5) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Share repurchase (or share buyback or stock buyback) is the re-acquisition by a company of its own shares. It represents a more flexible way (relative to dividends) of returning money to shareholders.

In most countries, a corporation can repurchase its own stock by distributing cash to existing shareholders in exchange for a fraction of the company's outstanding equity; that is, cash is. [1] Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL) § [2] DGCL § [3] DGCL § [4] Klang v. Smith's Food & Drug Centers, Inc.

A.2d () [5] SV INV. PARTNERS, LLC v. ThoughtWorks, Inc., 7 A.3d [6] “Affiliated purchasers” are persons acting in concert with the company for the purpose of acquiring the company’s stock, or affiliates of the company whose purchases are.

Ownership structure and open market stock repurchases in France Article in European Journal of Finance 12(1) February with 94 Reads How we measure 'reads'. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Typically, when a company announces a stock buyback program, the prospect of repurchases boosts the share price. That rewards even those shareholders who hold onto their shares rather than selling. Buy Corporate Dividends and Stock Repurchases, ed. at Legal Solutions from Thomson Reuters.

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Schorr: BooksAuthor: Leander P.J. Schorr. Impact on Book Value per Share. The impact of share repurchase on Book Value per Share will Stock repurchases in Canada book as follows: If Market Price per Share is greater than Book Value per Share, Book Value per Share will decrease.

If Market Price per Share is less than Book Value per Share, Book. Buybacks by the 'Book': Book Value, Share Repurchase Strategy Outperforms Finding undervalued companies that are buying back stock beats other metrics by a wide : Tim Melvin. Companies, led by Apple, are on track this year for the highest spending on stock buybacks since the financial crisis.

That is boosting many firms’ earnings per share but also fueling debate. Stock Repurchase Defined. A stock repurchase is when a publicly-traded company uses its own cash to buy back shares of its own stock to get them out of the open market. When a company becomes a. Hence, repurchases of cash-rich firms supply less liquidity to the stock market compared with repurchases of other firms.

In the Internet Appendix, in Table A6, we report additional results, in which the dummy variable High Cash is defined with respect to the 75th, 90th, and 95th by: The Difference Between Treasury Stock & Stock Repurchases.

Share repurchases occur when a company feels the price on its stock has fallen below a target level that the company recognizes as an accurate reflection of the company's value.

Many companies consider maintaining a stable stock price to. times book is too stingy after the tax cut. The first reason Berkshire might be repurchasing stock now is due to pure math. Businesses that earn high capital returns should be valued with a Author: Billy Duberstein.

COMMON STOCK REPURCHASES An Analysis of Returns to Bondholders and Stockholders Larry Y. DANN* University of Oregon, Eugene, ORUSA Received MarchFinal version received September This paper examines the effects of a common stock repurchase on the values of the repurchasing In addition, an examination of stock repurchases.

Rule 10b provides a non-exclusive safe harbor against allegations of market manipulation under Sections 9(a)(2) and 10(b) of the Exchange Act and Rule 10b-5 under the Exchange Act solely by reason of the manner, timing, price and volume of the repurchases when the company’s repurchases are made in accordance with the conditions set forth.

In fact, the company’s volume of repurchases accounts for % of the entire value of all Canadian buybacks since The company’s ongoing program was launched on Nov.

15, and is. The Benefits of Stock Buyback Programs The primary advantage of buyback programs is that an investor's shares become more valuable and represent a greater percentage of equity in the company. Earnings per share (EPS) is a critical measure that investors examine before deciding to purchase a stock.

Book value will decline whenever a company pays a premium over per-share book value when repurchasing its stock, which is often the case.

And as book value declines, the price-to-book Author: Mark Hulbert. Inowners of U.S. stocks received close to $1 trillion in the form of dividends, share repurchases, and capital returns.

Sincedividends and buybacks have been increasing at double. Stock Buyback Announcements Below you will find a list of companies that have recently announced share buyback programs. Publicly-traded companies often buyback shares of their stock when they believe their company's stock is undervalued.

More about stock buybacks. The bright side of stock repurchases Silvina Rubio University of Bristol Aug Abstract I provide evidence of actual stock repurchases increasing future investment in rms subject to strong asymmetric information that are reliant on external capital : Silvina Rubio.

Get this from a library. Stock Repurchases in Canada: Performance and Strategic Trading. [David Ikenberry; Josef Lakonishok; Theo Vermaelen] -- During the s, U.S. firms that announced stock repurchase programs earned favorable long-run returns.

Recently, concerns have been raised regarding the robustness of these findings. This comes at. Stock Repurchases in Canada for small-cap-value stocks, small-cap-growth stocks, large-cap-value stocks, and large-cap-growth stocks.7 For its Canadian indices, BARRA defines its large-cap universe as the largest firms trading on the TSE.

FedEx is dedicated to serving its shareowners. On this page, you can learn about the Computershare Investment Plan, A Direct Stock Purchase and Dividend Reinvestment Plan for FedEx Corporation Common Stock, as well as other FedEx investment options. Direct Stock Purchase Plan.

FedEx's transfer agent, Computershare, sponsors and administers the. Let Them Eat Cake. Share Buybacks and Dividends. As companies continue to hoard cash as a means to shelter them from whatever flavour of the month uncertainty is out there (Fiscal Cliff, Debt Ceiling, multitude of European issues), dividends and share buybacks have become an increasingly popular way for companies to put their cash to work and generate returns for investors.

Buffett and his partner, Charlie Munger, argue that stock buybacks can be hugely beneficial to shareholders in the right circumstances.

"Charlie and I favor repurchases when two conditions are met. The notional dollar value of stock repurchases by publicly held corporations has risen to its highest level since August The current rebound in stock prices has substantially benefited from Author: Robert Lenzner.

This study provides a brief description of five major types of share repurchases and considers the motives that influence firms’ repurchase decisions. Specifically, we examine regulatory and tax considerations, agency costs of free cash flows, signaling and undervaluation, capital structure, takeover deterrence, and employee stock by: 6.

Share repurchases are often used to the fill the gap between excess capital and dividends, so that the company can return more to shareholders without being locked into a pattern.

So, for instance, if a company wishes to return 75% of its earnings to shareholders, but wants to keep its dividend payout ratio at 50%, then it could return the. Stock Buyback Definition. Stock buybacks are when companies buy back their own stock, removing it from the marketplace.

Stock buybacks increase the value of the remaining shares because there is now less common stock outstanding and company earnings are split among fewer shares. Read full definition. Journal of Financial COMMON Economics 9 () STOCK REPURCHASES North-Holland Publishing Company AND MARKET SIGNALLING An Empirical Study* Theo VERMAELEN lJ/niversity of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 2 W5 Received Januaryfinal version received January This paper examines the pricing behavior of securities of firms which repurchase their.

will buy back $5 billion worth of shares, the company said on Wednesday, marking the first time the company has announced a stock repurchase program in six years. Investors should take a look at buyback exchange traded funds as the markets head toward one of the busiest periods of the year for company stock repurchases.

November is Author: How to Account for Buyback of Shares. Perhaps the most compelling reason a company buys back shares of its outstanding stock from the open market is to improve financial statements. A share. Our board of directors originally authorized repurchases of up to $ billion of our Class A common stock under the repurchase program, and this increase is incremental to the original authorization.When a corporation buys its own stock on the open stock market, it is considered a "stock buyback" and the shares purchased are re-titled "treasury stock." Before examining some of the potential benefits and pitfalls of a stock buyback, let's first review a couple of terms that will be used in this discussion.AIG Common Stock of $ billion, resulting in an aggregate remaining authorization on such date of approximately $ billion.

On November 2,AIG’s Board of Directors declared a cash dividend on AIG Common Stock of $ per share, payable on Decem to shareholders of record on December 8,