Toyota to buy back up to 0.7 pct of own shares


TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , Japan's biggest auto maker, said on Wednesday it will buy back up to 86.67 billion yen ($792.4 million) worth of its own shares, or 0.7 percent of the total outstanding. Toyota said it would seek to buy back 27 million shares at Wednesday's closing price of 3,210 yen via the Tokyo Stock Exchange's online trading system before the market opens on Thursday. In June, Toyota received permission from its shareholders to repurchase up to 150 ...

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