50%
Yes
50%
No
46%
Yes
41%
No
4%
Yes, but I would prefer if they were banned
5%
No, the biggest beneficiary of stock buybacks are pension funds and mutual funds
4%
No, there is no evidence that firms that engage in buybacks reduce their investments

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 @9CLP6GTanswered…10mos10MO

No, buybacks are better than poor investment decisions and therefore in the interest of all shareholders

 @99QYDG8answered…1yr1Y

If a company gives up its shares legally, through a certified process, then it should pay tax to get its shares and assets back.

 @9B84XHJanswered…1yr1Y

Most problems should be up to The King and relasons between unions and employers should get better after the Corporatist revolution.

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