Telstra buys back AUD 1.25 bln in shares

Monday 3 October 2016 | 08:38 CET | News
Telstra announced that it has completed a share repurchase for AUD 1.25 billion. The Australian operator first announced the plans in August. The off-market buyback was priced at AUD 5.1482 per share. The company planned to spend another AUD 250 million buying shares on-market.

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Categories: General
Companies: Telstra
Countries: Australia
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