Definition of Stock buyback

1. Noun. A corporation's purchase of its own outstanding stock; increases earnings/share so stock price rises (which can discourage a takeover attempt).

Generic synonyms: Purchase



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Literary usage of Stock buyback

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1. Hostile Corporate Takeover: How, What, Where, When and Why (1991)
"Union Carbide also announced several other defensive measures in conjunction with the stock buyback program. They included a "poison pill" that would ..."

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