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UBS Group AG Chief Executive Officer Sergio Ermotti discusses the impact of low volatility on trading, capital and plans to complement the company's dividend with a share buyback.
The incident led then-Prime Minister John Howard to tighten laws around access to firearms, particularly rifles and shotguns, and the government introduced a buyback, where owners were compensated for their weapons at market prices.
These include a sale or merger of Sina or Weibo or a buyback of shares by management.
Candy buybacks Trick-or-treating is, of course, great fun, and the spoils collected make for some delicious snacks, but what about those who aren't able to enjoy such things?
So the buybacks and dividends together came to $13.5 billion, in effect consuming 100% of the company’s profit.
The buyback program was reportedly reversed in September, leaving consultants with thousands of dollars of unwanted merchandise on their hands.
The 1996 Port Arthur shooting to which Bishop referred resulted in the landmark National Firearms Agreement, which included a ban on and mandatory buyback of semiautomatic assault rifles.
Mass shootings were too rare in Australia for their absence after the buyback program to be clear evidence of progress.
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