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Sony concludes ¥100B share repurchase program

Sony Corp. said March 19 that it repurchased 9,934,300 shares between March 1 to March 19 for a total consideration of about ¥51.54 billion.

To date, the company has bought back 19,309,100 shares under the program, for a total consideration of ¥100 billion, concluding the company's ¥100 billion share repurchase program announced Feb. 7.

As of March 19, US$1 was equivalent to ¥111.34.