Cineplex Inc. Could buy back and cancel as much as 10 per cent of stock held by public investors, a move that comes after a fall in the company share price and following a rough summer at the box office for the entire movie theatre industry.Toronto based Cineplex, which owns nearly 80 per cent of the Canadian movie theatre market share, said Tuesday that the Toronto Stock Exchange had accepted its notice of intention to make a normal course issuer bid, and that the company is setting up an automatic purchase plan tied to the buyback.Board of Directors of Cineplex has concluded that the market price of Cineplex Common Shares, from time to time, may not reflect the inherent value of the company and purchases of Common Shares pursuant to the bid may represent an appropriate and desirable use of funds, Cineplex said Tuesday in a release.Cineplex stock rose about 1.9 per cent Tuesday, but its shares have dropped about 24 per cent since the start of the year.So, starting Thursday and ending Sept. 6, 2018, Cineplex could buy up to 10 per cent of its total public float of common shares.
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