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A company that decides to split its stock, forward or reverse, generally has that decision reflected in the price chart of its' stock. If one goes to Yahoo Finance, for example, one will see the correction in selling price that took place subsequent to these splits shown on a company's historical price chart. If a company decides to buyback shares, no adjustments are made in the price chart of Yahoo Finance or any other of the popular providers of such information. Is this correct?
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