BUY BACK LIST OF NSE BSE SHARES | BUYBACK OF SHARES 2023
A buyback is also known as a share purchase, which is when the company buys its own shares from the shareholders. The company funds its buyback with surplus cash. The cash is available because the company may find no other profitable alternative to use the money.
Buyback improves various financial ratios.
The company often utilizes buyback as an alternative to dividends.
Being an investor are you curious to know what does a buyback of shares means. How does stock buyback benefit the investor? Or how does a stock buyback work?
Stay tuned for this post to fetch the details regarding buyback of shares in 2023.
What is Share Buyback Meaning?
Stock buyback means publicly traded companies buying back their own shares from the shareholders. Company funds their buyback with surplus cash.
A buyback is also known as repurchase is purchased by the company of its outstanding shares that decreases the number of shares in the open market.
It is the re-acquisition by the company of its own stock
In most of the countries, a company can repurchase its share by dispersing the cash to existing shareholders in exchange of company’s fraction of equity that is cash is exchanged for a reduction in the number of outstanding shares.
What is Buyback of Shares?
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|Company||Buyback Price||Record Date||Open Date||Close Date|
|Avonmore Capital & Management Services Ltd||₹95||
Jun 15, 2022
Jun 03, 2022
|Zydus Lifesciences Ltd||₹650||
Jun 02, 2022
|Jun 23, 2022||Jul 06, 2022|
|Asahi Songwon Colors Ltd||₹400||
Jun 03, 2022
|Jun 22, 2022||Jul 05, 2022|
|Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd||₹1100||
May 27, 2022
|Jun 24, 2022||Jul 07, 2022|
May 11, 2022
|Jun 02, 2022||Jun 15, 2022|
|Sinclairs Hotels Ltd||₹143||May 13, 2022||Jun 03, 2022||Jun 16, 2022|
|Sarda Energy & Minerals||₹1500||May 06, 2022||Jun 02, 2022||Jun 15, 2022|
|UPL Ltd||₹875||Apr 07, 2022||Oct 06, 2022|
|GAIL(India) Ltd||₹190||Apr 22, 2022||May 25, 2022||Jun 07,2022|
|Filatex Ltd||₹140||Apr 08, 2022||May 09, 2022||May 23, 2022|
|Emami Ltd||₹550||Feb 09, 2022||Aug 08, 2022|
|Mayur Uniquoters Ltd||₹650||FEB 23, 2022||Mar 24, 2022||Apr 06, 2022|
|Gulf Oil Lubricants India||₹600||FEB 21, 2022||Mar 25, 2022||Apr 07, 2022|
|FDC Ltd||₹475||FEB 19, 2022||Apr 12, 2022||Apr 27,2022|
|KPR Mill Ltd||₹805||FEB 19, 2022||Mar 25, 2022||Apr 07, 2022|
|Tata Consultancy Services||₹4500||FEB 23, 2022||Mar 09, 2022||Mar 23, 2022|
|James Warren Tea Ltd||₹295||JAN 14, 2022||Feb 23, 2022||Mar 09, 2022|
|Ajanta Buyback||₹2550||JAN 14, 2022||Feb 03, 2022||Feb 16, 2022|
|Weizmann Buyback||₹60||DEC 10, 2021||Jan 13, 2022||Jan 27, 2022|
|Cheviot Buyback||₹1725||DEC 17, 2021||Jan 10, 2022||Jan 21, 2022|
|MOIL Buyback||₹205||DEC 31, 2021||Jan 28, 2022||Feb 10, 2022|
|SH Kelkar & Company Buyback||₹210||NOV 12, 2021||Dec 15, 2021||Dec 28, 2021|
Aksharchem India Ltd
|₹590||NOV 12,2021||Dec 08, 2021||Dec 21, 2021|
|MPS Buyback||₹900||Dec 17, 2021||Jan 14, 2022||Jan 28, 2022|
|Nucleus Software Buyback||₹700||Nov 27, 2021||Jan 03, 2022||Jan 14, 2022|
|Goldiam International Ltd Buyback||₹1200||Oct 27, 2021||Nov 26, 2021||Dec 09, 2021|
|Rishiroop Ltd. Buyback||₹125||SEP 09, 2021|
|Kaveri Seed Company Buyback||₹850|
|eClerkx Services Buyback||₹2850||SEP 30, 2021||18.10.2021|
|Star Cement Buyback||₹150||AUG 26, 2021||22.09.2021|
|NALCO Buyback||₹57.50||JAN 27||08.02.2021|
|GAIL Buyback||₹150||JAN 15||28.01.2021|
|NIIT Ltd Buyback||₹240||DEC 24||01.2021|
|Engineers India Buyback||₹84||DEC 22||01.01.2021|
|WIPRO Buyback||₹400||Oct 13||11.12.2020|
|TCS Buyback||₹3000||Oct 7||28.11.2020|
|IIFL Securities Buyback||₹54||Nov 20||2020|
|NMDC Buyback||₹105||NOV 10, 2020||NOV 23, 2020|
|NTPC Buyback||₹115||NOV 2, 2020||NOV 13, 2020|
|HPCL Buyback||₹250||NOV 4, 2020||NOV 21, 2020|
|Ajanta Pharma Buyback||₹1850||NOV 3, 2020||Nov 13, 2020|
|JB Chemicals||₹330||12 Nov 19||22 Nov 19|
|UPCOMING IPO||Best Stocks to buy||UPCOMING DIVIDEND|
|UPCOMING NCD||UPCOMING BONUS||Current Buybacks Offers|
How to Apply for Buybacks?
Now, you must be pondering that what the share buyback benefits are
Let us proceed further to unveil what are those benefits
What are the benefits?
Since the buyback shares are overwhelming, the earning per share will rise by default.
It is to be noted that, usually a buyback is done at a price higher than the prevailing market price, shareholder get lucrative exit option, especially when the shares are thinly traded.
It is also tax efficient isn’t that enticing. Yes, as a way to reward the shareholders.
Now, the quite obvious query among you
How does the buyback of shares work?
Buyback is performed in the following two ways. Let’s check them out?
The process is typically the reverse of the right issue. Here the corporation takes back its share from the shares, extinguishes the shares, and gives them cash.
- Shareholders or investors might be presented with a tender offer, where they have to submit, or tender, all portions of shares within a given time frame at an exceptional rate superior to the market price.
The tender offer is an offer to buy shareholder shares.
- Companies go for buyback of shares in an open market over an extended period of time or may even have outline repurchase share program
Example of a Buyback
A company’s stock price has underperformed its competitor’s stock even though it has had a successful year financially. To reward investors and provide a return to them, the company announces a share buyback program to repurchase 10 percent of its outstanding shares at the current market price.
The company had $1 million in earnings and 1 million outstanding shares before the buyback, equating to earnings per share (EPS) of $1. Trading at a $20 per share stock price, its P/E ratio is 20.
All else equal, 100,000 shares would be repurchased and the new EPS would be $1.11, or $1 million in earnings spread out over 900,000 shares. To keep the same P/E ratio of 20, shares would need to trade up 11 percent, to $22.22.
Why does a company buyback?
Below listed are a few reasons why a company buys back shares. Let’s read what those reasons are
Dear investors, there could be much reason for why a company buys back shares but here in this post, I have mentioned a few cherry-picked relevant reasons for you
- To give a boost to the share price-
By buying back shares, the number of outstanding shares decreases, causing a shorter supply for the existing demand, thereby increasing the price of the stock.
- To Manage a controlling stake
Sometimes a company wants to manage/ maintain a controlling stake; the company has to buy back the outstanding shares.
- Tax Benefits
Buyback is taxed as capital gains which are 10% if kept for more than a year.
On the other hand, the dividend is taxed as per the dividend distribution tax at 28.84%. it is a tax benefitted way to reward shareholders with great returns on their investment.
- Excess cash
One of the obvious reasons is excess cash. Yes, at times when the company holds surplus cash and decides to invest in the company itself via the buyback instead of any alternative investment.
Does a Stock Buyback Affect the Share Price?
Do you know that a buyback would reduce the number of shares held by the public? Because every share of the stock is the partial share of the company, that fraction of the company that each of the shareholders holds increases.
Coming to the main point, in the near future, the stock price may rise because the shareholders know the buyback will forthwith boost earning per share. It is not beneficial for the long term
Let us understand this with the help of an example
In the year 2013, McDonald’s bought back 18.7 million shares for $1.8 billion dollars — an average price of $96.96. Without the share buyback, McDonald’s would have finished the year with 1,008.7 million shares outstanding. Each shareholder thus ended that year owning a 1.8% greater share of the company than they would have otherwise.
With fewer shares out there, earnings per share increased. Book value per share decreased — while each shareholder got a bigger share of the pie, the pie itself became smaller when McDonald’s spent a lot of money on the buybacks.
What happens when a company buy back shares?
When this happens, the relative ownership stake of each investor increase because there are fewer shares, claims, on the earnings of the company.
BREAKING DOWN Buyback
Let’s have a quick recap of what we have read so far
Buyback of shares or stock buyback refers to the corporate action in which a company repurchases its own shares from the existing shareholders.
During the buyback of shares, the price of shares is usually premium than the market price.
Buyback of shares can be done via the open market or through tender offer route.
So what are you waiting for, avail the opportunity to earn premium with buyback of shares?
I hope you had a great time reading about the buyback of shares. I wish that this post has been of great assistance.
Through this post I hoped your queries pertaining to the why would a company buybacks its own stock, how does a share buyback work is sorted up to now.
It is the process, where companies decide to purchase their own share from their existing shareholders either through a tender offer or through an open market. In such a situation, the price of concerning shares is higher than the prevailing market price.
When there is excess cash but not enough projects to invest in.
It is a tax-effective rewarding option.
To consolidate hold over the company.
Needs of Money for business expansion.
To signal that the stock is undervalued
Effect on earnings per share (EPS)
Effect on financial statement
Effect on the company’s portfolio
Effect on increasing shareholder value
In the tender offer for buyback, shareholders are required to tender the shares to participate. You can offer shares for buyback through your online trading account or alternatively by call n trade.
Board Meeting approves the proposal of buyback
Public announcement for Buyback
Record Date for determining the Buyback Entitlement and the names of Eligible Shareholders
Date of Opening of the Buyback Offer
Date of Closing of the Buyback Offer
When the company announces buy back offer, that is the best time to start accumulating shares in your demat account. The buyback price is predetermined at the time of announcement. If the buyback price is 10 to 15% higher than the market price, then only it makes sense to invest money in buyback offers.
It takes up to 4-6 weeks to receive money in your account. First, you will get a confirmation email from the registrar regarding the acceptance of shares for buyback before receiving money.
Unlike IPOs, there are brokerage charges applied on the shares brought back by the company. Also, there will be demat charges for outgoing of shares from your demat account.
However, there is no brokerage charge for tendering the shares, but if your shares are brought back by the company then the brokerage charges will be applied on the number shares brought back by the company. You will receive the money in your account minus the brokerage charges and other tax.