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Thus, regardless of their shareholder’s tax rates, these firms had a low dividend yield and were not making a choice between repurchasing shares and increasing dividends. 5. Lie and Lie (1999) use the announcement of a share repurchase program rather than actual shares repurchased as the dependent variable in their regressions. SEC Rule 10b-18 requires a firm to announce its intention to repurchase shares on the open market to qualify the repurchase under the ‘‘safe harbor’’ rule that protects firms from stock price manipulation charges.

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