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Buyback blues

1 August 2013 By Christopher Swann

The oil giant is slashing its favorite method of returning cash to investors. That’s smart considering a 19 pct drop in Q2 profit and rising capex. But Exxon’s habit of buying back stock at peak prices suggests this is temporary. It’s an irrational policy the company should drop.

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