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Sistema denied the allegations and said the transactions at issue, such as the share buyback, were intended to prepare Bashneft for a public offering of stock.
Napoli are also reportedly willing to pay the percentage of the transfer owed to Manchester City, who still have a buyback clause for the goalkeeper.
The buybacks prompted federal inquiries, which concluded without finding wrongdoing, according to the company.
And Hartford police, along with partnering community groups, are hoping to do just that Saturday with their latest gun buyback program.
So Sacconaghi floated a bold idea: Apple should borrow the $100 billion in the U.S., and then pay it out to shareholders in the form of dividends and share buybacks.
Freed after passing stress tests, financial firms unleashed a windfall of repurchases that single-handedly reversed a year-to-date decline in overall stock-buyback authorizations.
The second-largest U.S. bank also announced a $12 billion stock buyback plan.
Big U.S. banks plan to increase dividend payouts and share buybacks to their highest levels in years after the Federal Reserve on Wednesday approved capital plans for all 34 lenders taking part in its annual stress tests.
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