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Share Buybacks

Likewise, if a company starts buying up its own shares, the amount of available stock—denominator—gets smaller A relatively small change in the fortunes of a company can have a big impact on the stock if there aren’t many shares outstanding. With each share packing more worth, earnings per share gets a boost from fewer shares as well.

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