Corporate executives engage in unprecedented stock selling spree despite rising buybacks.

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Despite a surge in corporate buybacks, executives are offloading stock at a pace unseen in over a decade, raising concerns about underlying market sentiment and future prospects. The dwindling percentage of publicly traded firms witnessing net purchases from their executives, plummeting well below historical averages, suggests a departure from the norm in a healthy market environment. With the share typically oscillating between 20% and 40% during prosperous times, the current trend of heightened insider selling prompts questions about the reasons behind this unprecedented behavior amidst broader economic uncertainty.


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