S&P 500 Firms Will Return Over One Trillion To Shareholders In 2016: GSMani
Returning cash to shareholders through buybacks and dividends remains a popular corporate strategy with S&P 500 firms expected to return over $1 trillion to shareholders in 2016, estimates Goldman Sachs. David J. Kostin and team at Goldman Sachs noted in their Nov. 6 research report on “S&P 500 cash spending trends” that investors have rewarded firms with high total cash returns relative to firms investing for growth.
S&P 500 cash balances remain at historical levels
Kostin and colleagues point out that investors . . .
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