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Non-STI stocks with the highest 3Q22 buyback consideration included YZJ Financial Holding, The Hour Glass, OUE, First Resources and Hong Fok Corporation. As of 30 Sep, YZJ Financial Holding had bought back 5.22% of its issued shares (excluding treasury shares). The 3Q22 buybacks were conduced at an average price of 38.2 cents per share.
The Hour Glass commenced a new buyback mandate in 3Q22, with 2.05% of its shares bought back between 3 Aug and 30 Sep. The previous mandate saw 3.49% of its shares bough back through to 26 July. This saw the leading specialist watch retailer buy back 13.95 million shares in 3Q22, at an average price of S$2.23 per share.
The table below details the primary-listed stocks that conducted share buybacks in 3Q22. Of the 10 stocks that led the buyback consideration tally in 3Q22, nine have also led the buyback consideration tally for the first nine months of 2022. These stocks were Keppel Corporation, Wilmar International, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, CapitaLand Investment, Yangzijiang Financial Holding, The Hour Glass, Singapore Telecommunications, Singapore Technologies Engineering and OUE.
Share buyback transactions involve share issuers repurchasing some of their outstanding shares from shareholders through the open market. Once the shares are bought back, they can be converted into treasury shares, which means they are no longer categorised as shares outstanding. Motivations for share buybacks can include employee compensation plans (such as share option schemes or employee share purchase plans) or long term capital management. Buybacks have also been observed to broadly pick up amidst market declines that are driven by international macroeconomic developments.\nShare buyback information can be found on the company disclosure page on the SGX website, using the Announcement category and sub-category of Share Buy Back-On Market (click here). As best practice, companies should refrain from buying back their shares during the two weeks immediately before semi-annual financial statements and one month immediately before the full-year financial statements. 041b061a72