Buybacks getting bigger

April 2010
Dow Theory Forecasts;4/19/2010, Vol. 66 Issue 16, p1
The article presents forecasts on the increase of share repurchases in the U.S. It states that buybacks minimize the share count which causes the rise of per-share growth of profits and cash flows. It also notes that buybacks will increase in the coming quarters if the economy continues to improve and corporate executives are confident enough about the future.


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