OTHER WORDS FROM repurchasere·pur·chas·er, noun
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In addition to the digital expansion and Kroger partnership, Bed Bath & Beyond said it expects to complete its three-year share repurchase plan two years ahead of schedule.
This is also true of First Data Corporation, a financial services company with whom his trades seem to be particularly well-timed, given that he repurchased the stock weeks before it was acquired by Fiserv at a premium.
Plas also said that close to 50% of customers now repurchase within four months.
As the company releases new products, Wieder said the company will be tracking repurchase rates more frequently.
That’s when a vital Wall Street loan market called the repurchasing agreement, or repo, market seized up.How Jay Powell’s Coronavirus Response Is Changing the Fed Forever|Christopher Leonard|June 11, 2020|Time
We must purchase them, a few at a time; the residents can repurchase from us and so become freeholders.The Hills and the Vale|Richard Jefferies
The workingman cannot, then, repurchase that which he has produced for his master.What is Property?|P. J. Proudhon
He meditated the repurchase of his ancestral home in Normandy and the restoration of its ancient honors for his son.The Golden Dog|William Kirby
Quite as keen has been the fighting over the principle of State repurchase of private lands with or without the owner's consent.The Long White Cloud|William Pember Reeves
Old Matthew Zane would endeavor to borrow from Gordon the money with which to repurchase the option he had granted.Mountain Blood|Joseph Hergesheimer