The stock market's biggest source of buying power is quickly fading and won't come back for years, new report says

AP Images Corporate stock buybacks — the biggest driver of equity demand — are fading and may not return for several years, analysts at Sanford Bernstein warned Monday. The repurchase programs face threats from weakened revenue streams, restrictions tied to government loans, and cash protection amid the coronavirus’s economic turmoil.

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Mitigating the socio-economic ramifications of coronavirus on Ghana’s economy; the need to utilize heritage fund

Opinions of Monday, 6 April 2020 Columnist: King Effah-Nkyi File photo Click to read all about coronavirus → Undoubtedly, the sudden upsurge of the novel virus dubbed COVID-19 continues to disrupt economic activities across continents and posing pronounced threat to human existence in the entire global hemisphere. The epicenter of

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