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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Interested shareholders that qualify for this voluntary Odd-Lot Buyback Program can also obtain information about how they can participate in this Program by calling Wells Fargo Shareowner Services at (800) 266-7935.
The odd-lot buyback is available to eligible shareholders of record on October 20, 2000, at an $18.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- Quaker State Corporation (NYSE: KSF) announced a voluntary odd-lot buyback program for shareowners with fewer than 100 shares.
a shareholder communications firm specializing in abandoned property and odd-lot buyback programs on behalf of publicly held companies and transfer agents.
Jensen also noted that, during the quarter ending June 30, 1994, the company successfully completed its odd-lot buyback program.
NYSE:B) will extend its Odd-Lot Buyback Program to run from October 27, 1998 to November 20, 1998.
The company also announced its intention to initiate an odd-lot buyback program.
approved an odd-lot buyback program for Conrail common stock.