Rückkäufe Die größten Verschwender

Welche 50 Unternehmen zwischen 2010 und 2014 im Verhältnis zum Cashflow zu viel für Aktienrückkäufe und Dividenden ausgaben.

Die größten Verschwender
Top-50 der S&P-500-Unternehmen, gemessen am größten Mittelverbrauch für Aktienrückkäufe und Dividenden
Unternehmenfreier Cashflow
(in Mrd. $) 
Aktienrückkäufe
(in Mrd. $) 
Dividenden
(in Mrd. $) 
Mehrausgabe
(in Mrd. $) 
Exxon Mobil91–50–85–44
Chesapeake Energy

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–20–36
IBM74–19–84–29
Chevron27–34–20–27
ConocoPhillips16–17–20–21
Devon Energy–14–2–4–20
Health Care Reit–13–40–17
Hess –7–1–5–13
Procter&Gamble53–31–34–12
Dominion Resources–5–6–1–12
Yahoo20–13–11
Philip Morris42–26–27–11
Wal-Mart59–25–43–9
Deere & Co2–3–8–9
American Airline–70–1–8
Duke Energy1–90–8
EOG Resources–7–10–8
Travelers11–4–15–8
Southern1–90–8
CBS7–1–14–8
PG&E–4–40–8
Edison–4–2–1–7
Williams–3–40–7
McDonald's21–14–14–7
Southwestern Energy–700–7
Sempra Energy–4–30–7
Motorola Solutions3–1–8–6
PPL–2–40–6
State Street2–2–6–6
Exelon1–70–6
Vicaom10–2–13–5
Illionois Tool8–3–10–5
Prologis–3–20–5
Anthem 11–2–14–5
Apache–2–1–2–5
Reality Income–3–20–5
Avalonbay Communications–3–20–5
Ventas–1–30–4
Nike10–3–11–4
Xcel Energy–2–20–4
Simon Property2–60–4
United Rentals–10–3–4
Noble Energy–3–10–4
Lowe's 13–3–14–4
Intel50–21–33–4
Pepsico31–16–19–4
Equity Residential–1–30–4
3M21–9–16–4
Halliburton3–2–5–4
Ryder System–4–0,3–0,2–4
Gesamt438–368–543–473
Zeitraum 2010 bis 2014; Zahlen auf/abgerundet; Quelle: ARX Value
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