The stock buyback boom may be ending as corporate execs grow nervous
One of the quieter engines of the decade-long bull market has been the rise of stock buybacks. U.S. companies have spent trillions of dollars to repurchase shares in the past decade, returning cash to shareholders and often providing a welcome tailwind for their stock performances.
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