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Definitions of Market capitalization on the Web:
- Market value of a company’s equity. Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying stock price by the number of issued shares of a publicly ...
- The total dollar value of all outstanding shares. Computed as shares times current market price. It is a measure of corporate size.
- Market capitalization reflects the current market price of an exchange-listed company.
- The total dollar market value of all of a company's outstanding shares
- Total value of a company. Total number of shares multiplied by the price of a share.
- is the current value of the company on the Stock Exchange. Therefore it is the total number of issued stocks times their current market price.
- Price per share multiplied by the total number of shares outstanding; also the market's total valuation of a public company.
- The total number of a company's shares multiplied by the current price per share. For example, if a company has 15 million shares, and the current price per share is , then the company's market capitalization is 0 million ( x 15 million).
- The sum of the total amount of various stocks issued by a corporation, multiplied by the price of those stocks. Market Capitalization includes the value of all listed classes of stocks for a corporation (eg preference shares, ordinary shares etc.)
- A measure of a company's total value. It is estimated by determining the cost of buying an entire business in its current state. Often referred to as "market cap", it is the total dollar value of all outstanding shares. ...
- Market capitalization is the total dollar amount of all debt, preferred, common stock, contributed surplus and retained earnings of a company. It can also be expressed in percentage terms. Individual fund managers are responsible for deciding what constitutes a large, mid, or small cap investment.
- The total equity market value of the company, expressed in millions of dollars. It equals shares outstanding times the stock price.
- Small Capitalization, Mid Capitalization, and Large Capitalization. There are other capitalization's, but the ones mentioned are the focus of MyTSP to track funds and their associated indexes.
- The total market value of a company or stock. It is calculated by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the latest closing price of the stock. Generally speaking, small-cap stocks have market values below $1 billion, while large-caps have values in excess of $5 billion. ...
- the total value of all listed securities (or group of securities) based on their market prices
- a measurement of how much a company is worth. (Share price multiplied by X number of existing company shares). It is another way of saying how much the company is worth.
- The value of a company's outstanding shares, as measured by shares times current price. Moving Average An average calculated every new period by putting in latest value and taking out oldest value of previous period.
- This is determined by taking the last day's closing price of a stock and multiplying it by the number of shares the company has outstanding currently. What this number tells you is how much you would have to spend today if you wanted to buy the whole company! ...
- an estimation of the value of a business that is obtained by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the current price of a share
- Market capitalization (aka market cap, mkt cap or capitalized value) is a measurement of corporate or economic size equal to the share price times the number of shares outstanding of a public company. ...
- The total value of all outstanding shares; usually used to measure the size of a corporation
- the value of a corporation as determined by the market price of its issued and outstanding common stock. It is calculated by multiplying the number of outstanding shares by the current market price of a share.