Stock Buybacks Since 2000

Stock Buybacks Since 2000 Thanks to tax cuts and low interest rates, the stock market should get around $1 trillion boost via buybacks this year. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

U.S. Corporate Stock Buybacks Are Booming Since 2010!

U.S. Corporate Stock Buybacks Are Booming Since 2010! Thanks to tax cuts and low interest rates. What would happen if companies reinvested instead of buying their own shares? Unfortunately, artificially low interest rates are associated with unnecessary debt. See how corporate debt-to-GDP has increased since the Great Recession.

Buybacks – Share of S&P 1500 Companies Paying a Dividend or Repurchasing Stock

Buybacks – Share of S&P 1500 Companies Paying a Dividend or Repurchasing Stock Over the years, the share of S&P 1500 companies engaging in share repurchases has surged. In 1995, only 3% participated, while in 2023, it reached 70%, greatly enhancing shareholder returns. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Corporate Clients – Buybacks (4-Week Average)

Corporate Clients – Buybacks (4-Week Average) Investors are likely to view BofA’s corporate clients’ strong stock buyback activity as highly favorable. Image: BofA Securities

Share Buybacks vs. S&P 500 Index

Share Buybacks vs. S&P 500 Index The exit from the blackout period for stock buybacks by a significant number of companies could lead to a resurgence in buyback activity, potentially impacting stock performance and market dynamics. Image: Real Investment Advice

Buybacks – S&P 500 Companies in Blackout Period

Buybacks – S&P 500 Companies in Blackout Period After the blackout period for stock buybacks ends, many U.S. companies may resume buyback activity, which has the potential to significantly influence stock performance and market dynamics. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation