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Repurchase

1. See: Repurchase agreement.

2. See: Buyback.
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Under the stock repurchase program, shares of common stock may be repurchased by the Company from time to time in open market transactions or in privately negotiated transactions as permitted under applicable rules and regulations.
The deadline for note holders to require the repurchase of their notes was 16 November 2018.
Prior to the expiration of the 2014 share repurchase program, ON Semiconductor purchased approximately $712 million of the $1.0 billion authorized under the 2014 program, including the repurchase of 11.5 million shares for $200 million completed in the fourth quarter of 2018.
The firm also has an authorisation by its board to repurchase shares of common stock under which the cumulative number of shares repurchased, at the time of any repurchase, shall not exceed the sum of the number of shares issued in connection with the exercise of stock options occurring on or after January 1, 2004, and 1 percent of the issued and outstanding common stock of the company on January 1 of the current year, adjusted for any stock split.
The company expects the new share repurchase programme to be completed over a multi-year period.
To date in fiscal year 2012, which ends September 30, the company has spent $500 million to repurchase its outstanding shares of common stock.
Based on our research, the cost method is the most prevalent method of accounting for treasury stock.We examined companies in both the S&P 500 (large-cap firms) and S&P 600 (small-cap firms) to see how they account for share repurchases. We found that 387 firms in the S&P 500 engaged in share repurchases in each of three consecutive years (2005 through 2007).
In April 2008, Ruger announced that its board of directors had authorized the company to repurchase up to $10 million of its common stock.
Regional banks' repurchases can also be considered a riskier proportion in the industry which is increasingly dominated by bigger banks.
2003-23, by permitting an S corporation employee stock ownership plan (SESOP) to assume the corporation's rights and obligations to repurchase the corporation's stock that the SESOP distributes to a participant's IRA.
The study found that there is an increasing movement in the world stock market towards adopting or deregulating the share repurchase activities, More than half of the selected sample witnessed a change in the related laws (especially corporate laws) of share repurchases during the period 1995 to 2000.
Signaling or undervaluation is the motive most commonly attributed to share repurchases. Researchers view a firm's announcement of its willingness to invest in itself as a signal that the stock is undervalued.