By: Steve Smith
As the 2020 elections approach and the political rhetoric surrounding income inequality heats up, one of the obvious-and-easy targets are corporations. Among the regulatory arrows being fired are proposals for restrictions, or outright bans on stock buybacks.
But, you know who’s not talking about buybacks? The companies themselves. That’s because prior earnings reports are considered a “quiet period” in which corporations are not only restricted from what information they can disclose, but also must halt their share repurchase programs. Now, as we cross… Continue reading at StockNews.com