Stock Buybacks

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A stock buyback will increase share prices because stocks trade in part based on supply and demand, and a reduction in the number of outstanding shares often precipitates a price increase. The stock buyback data we utilized is sourced from the SEC EDGAR database. Stock buyback data is updated daily. Check out Top buyback Stocks.

    

In cases where a company reports its buyback using share numbers, we employed estimated stock prices to compute the total buyback values. It is important to note that these estimated values may differ from the actual buyback values.

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