Odd-Lot Buy Back

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Odd-Lot Buy Back

An offer made by the corporation or its agent to purchase shares from odd-lot shareholders.

Odd-Lot Buy Back

An offer by a publicly-traded company to buy shares in itself from odd-lotters, or those who buy and sell in portions of less than 100 shares.
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Farmers National Banc Corporation (NASDAQ: FMNB) has announced its plans to extend its previously announced voluntary Odd Lot Buy Back until September 30, 2014 at 5:00 p.
the Company") (AMEX:AQQ), a real estate investment and management company headquartered in Houston, Texas, announced today that it will extend the odd lot buy back program currently due to expire July 1, 2005.
The Company encourages each holder of fewer than 100 shares to make his or her own decision as to whether to sell shares in this odd lot buy back offer.
AMEX:AQQ), a real estate investment and management company, headquartered in Houston, Texas, announced today the final results of the odd lot buy back program.
AMEX:AQQ), a real estate investment and management company, headquartered in Houston, Texas, announced today that it will go forward with an odd lot buy back program previously postponed.
AMEX:AQQ), a real estate investment and management company, headquartered in Houston, announced today that its Board of Directors has approved an odd lot buy back program, whereby the Company will offer to purchase up to 250,000 shares from holders of fewer than 100 shares.
NASDAQ: MPAC), a specialized printer and a designer and manufacturer of paperboard packaging, today announced the initiation of a voluntary Odd Lot Buy Back Program, also known as a Small Shareholder Buy Back Program.
Siboney Corporation (OTCBB:SBON) announced that it has extended it previously announced odd lot buy back program, whereby the company will offer to purchase shares from holders of 99 shares or less for a price of $.
Siboney Corporation (OTCBB:SBON) announced that its Board of Directors has approved an odd lot buy back program, whereby the Company will offer to purchase shares from holders of 99 shares or less.