What is a share buyback and what are some reasons why a company might initiate one? Option: When a company splits its stock into multiple shares, When a company sells additional shares to the public to raise capital, When a company repurchases its own shares from the market, potentially to increase share value or prevent a takeover, When a company issues dividends to its shareholders

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What is a share buyback and what are some reasons why a company might initiate one?

When a company splits its stock into multiple shares

When a company sells additional shares to the public to raise capital

When a company repurchases its own shares from the market, potentially to increase share value or prevent a takeover

When a company issues dividends to its shareholders

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In a voluntary delisting scenario, what is a common method used by companies to buy back shares from their shareholders?

Reverse Book Building

Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Direct Negotiation

Secondary Market Sale

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What is the primary effect of a stock split on a company's shares?

"Reduces the company's overall market capitalization"

"Triggers a buyback of shares by the company"

"Converts common shares into preferred shares"

"Increases the number of shares while maintaining the total investment value"

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In the context of stock market investing, what does it signify to buy stocks?

Acquiring partial ownership in a company

Providing a loan to a company

Investing in a company's debt instruments

Making a donation to a company

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What are corporate actions and what impact do they have on stock prices?

Financial initiatives that increase a company's stock price

Legal proceedings initiated against a company, causing a decline in stock price

Marketing campaigns designed to boost a company's stock price

Financial decisions made by a company that can affect its stock price

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What are bonus shares?

"Additional shares given to existing shareholders by the company"

"Shares offered to the public during an Initial Public Offering (IPO)"

"Shares with special voting rights"

"Shares held by the company's founders"