Traducción de buy-back en español:


compromiso de readquisición, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈbaɪˌbæk/


  • 1

    (contractual undertaking)
    compromiso de readquisición masculino
    pacto de recompra masculino
    before noun buy-back option opción de recompra femenino
    • Instead, they want to continue to chase new subscribers and growth, and if there is anything left for afters, to spend it on buy-backs rather than special payouts.
    • I disagree with the analysts who are saying that producer buy-backs will slow down or even disappear.
    • Murphy, who sat alongside Graham during the sale, said shortly after the colt was led out of the sales ring that ‘it was a buy-back.’
    • Imagine my surprise when I showed up at a buy-back in Flint, Mich., Blue Book of Gun Values in hand, intending to offer the same free service, only to be told by a police sergeant that I couldn't do that on city property.
    • These are precisely the rules applied by the Act to buy-backs by public companies, and the creditors’ consent to such action on the part of the company is not required.
    • He told me that he and his son had fallen on the rifle some years back, breaking it and he had glued it back together for the buy-back.
    • They are looking for support - through printed educational materials, public relations, events, buy-backs, discounts and any brainstorm that will drum up sales and attract new customers.
    • Specifically, what has this fiasco cost Australian taxpayers so far, including costs associated with the buy-back of the sheep and the measures already undertaken to assess the quarantine risk associated with their return?
    • A few years ago, I went to a gun buy-back in Milwaukee, Wis. with the intention of giving free estimates on guns that might be worth more than the $50 that was being offered.
    • While the buyout has slowly reduced the number of shrimping licenses, some are looking to accelerate the buy-back process and revamp the unwieldy two-license system.
    • Overall, the sale was hampered by a sharp increase in buy-backs that led to decreases in gross revenue and average price.
    • One cannot call it contract farming, but effectively, the corporate house has assured the farmers a buy-back of their agricultural produce, provided they maintain the required quality.
    • Legislators plan to propose a state buy-back of unused licenses in the coming term, and those too will then vanish.
    • The broader market was also buoyed by the release of Japan's jobs data on Friday, which sparked active buy-backs of domestic demand-linked shares, dealers said.
    • Interior ministry weapons buy-backs keep the price of arms high.
    • This unusually high debt ratio, partly engendered by large equity buy-backs over the last few years, must pose a serious danger for a number of corporations as profits fall even further.
    • The language is tentative at this point and the political opposition is strong, but the idea has support in the international community, and it is expected that buy-backs will be the major instrument used to control fleet size.
    • He added that if no suitable acquisitions can be found, then funds would be returned to shareholders, probably through share buy-backs.
    • True, there will be a £500m share buy-back in the meantime, but that will be spread too thinly to make much impact.
    • Another option is to extract capital through an approved share buy-back, or complete liquidation of the company.
    • The first is the extent to which many large companies have been indulging in share buy-backs to maintain confidence in their equity ratings, while taking on more fixed interest debt.
    • Shareholders hoping for a break-up of the business may be disappointed, but details of dividend policy and share buy-backs are likely.
    • Some of the larger firms supported their share prices with large share buy-backs.
    • The company has also initiated a share buy-back scheme from staff who were gifted shares in 1998 and from staff who participated since then in the group's employee share ownership scheme.
    • This excess cash is likely to be used to enhance shareholder returns in the form of share buy-backs or increased dividends.
    • We believe this focus is central to our success, and in line with this belief we have returned £435 million of surplus cash to shareholders through share buy-backs over the last three years.
    • That casts a slight shadow over the group's defensive qualities, but the interest bill is covered a comfortable 8 times and the group is happily returning capital to shareholders through share buy-backs.
    • While much of this borrowing is being used to finance investment in hi-tech equipment a considerable portion is being used to finance share buy-backs by major companies - a procedure aimed at maintaining stock prices.
    • ‘Old economy’ companies have attempted to take advantage of their current low ratings by launching share buy-backs.
    • Share buy-backs mean that with less stock outstanding, earnings per share increase, even though the underlying profitability of the company has not.
    • The Stock Exchange of Thailand has approved listed companies for share buy-back, which started taking effect from last month onwards.
    • On the back of this it has announced a $250m share buy-back programme, prompting a 10 per cent jump yesterday in its share price.
    • Because of recent share buy-backs, earnings per share are likely to show a near 10% increase.
    • Having a similar effect as write-downs, share buy-backs also normally depress shareholders' equity proportionately far more than they depress earnings.
    • The bill will require disclosure of information about buy-backs, and it will also require the provision of independent legal advice to consumers entering into buy-backs and certification by solicitors that that advice has been given.
    • A higher dividend and share buy-back will be among the options, as the Solihull-based company looks to keep shareholders sweet.
    • Dividend pay-outs and share buy-backs are by no means antithetical to business investment.
  • 2

    (stock repurchase)
    autocartera femenino