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|Building & Industrial Summary|
The big question is "What do Hills Know That We Don't?" as asked by SILENTWITNESS.
The On-Market share buy back is normally related to cash flush end of year results and the company of the opinion that investing in its own shares is better than other business investment. Normally resulting in reduction of business unit investment (consolidation) and sometimes to enable payment of share bonuses especially to directors and staff. Shareholders don't seem to mind a cancelation of an On-Market Share Buy Back compared to a reduction in dividend?
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