Margin: Margins have improved significantly in recent years, and are currently near record levels. While the company's focus on portfolio optimization, continuous improvement, and operating efficiency will not change, future margin increases will contribute less to TSR. The company is planning for average annual margin gains of 10-15 basis points, which generates approximately 1% of incremental TSR per year. Stock Buyback: The company's priorities for uses of cash continue to be organic growth, dividends, and strategic acquisitions. If cash is available after funding those priorities, the company ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน expects to continue to repurchase its stock (rather than repay debt early or stockpile cash). Management has standing authorization from the Board of Directors to buy up to 10 million shares each year; however, no specific repurchase commitment or timetable has been established. The company assumes an annual 1% net reduction in share count on average, which will generate 1% TSR annually. However, it is likely that there will be some years with little or no share reduction, i.e. when growth and acquisitions have used most or all of the available capital. 2019 Targets The company is sharing its financial targets for 2019 (the endpoint for the company's next 3-year TSR measurement period).
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