Adidas


2019 share buy-back lower than we had anticipated

07/01/19 -"Instead of our assumed €1bn share buy-back in 2019, management has decided to reduce it to €800m. The €3.0bn share buy-back programme through to May 2021 has not been changed (€1.0bn was paid in ..."

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