Buy them back

Buy them back

Used for listed equity securities. "Cover my short position.
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He made me submit; he made me be peaceable; he flattered me with hopes that, perhaps, he would buy them back; and so things went on, a week or two.
"You couldn't buy them back for less'n three hundred thousand and then some," was William's effort at squelching him.
They then have to buy them back at a certain time, hand them back but take a hit on the difference.
London, July 29 ( ANI ): Millionaire singer Susan Boyle donated her old clothes to a charity shop only to buy them back.
The banks sell securities with the promise to buy them back later.
While Yangyang Chemical will lease them back for eight years and will also have rights to buy them back at a nominal price after clearing the payment at the expiration date of the leasing contract.
It is surprising that no one seemed to have bothered to get on the internet and check on eBay as to whether eight international quality hurdles were being offered for pounds 50 from a Hulme estate address and go and buy them back.
They then sell the shares and when the time comes to return them to the lender, seek to buy them back at a lower price.
I lived on the Boot Estate for 43 years and I was interested in your remark that the Housing Act enforced councils to sell off houses to pay their debts, so where did they get the money to buy them back a few years later for more than they sold them for?
AN entrepreneur has come up with a cost-cutting, ecofriendly offer for customers who buy his Christmas trees - keep them watered and he'll buy them back.
The fact that people can sell shares they don't own in the hope that they will fall in value so they can buy them back cheaper is just as silly an idea as an old lady getting her butler drunk by making him consume the drinks of absent guests.
If he sells them on eBay, he is going to have to buy them back for me!"