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**"enterprise value"****Related Terms:**Book value, Net realisable value, Market value added, Embedded value, Haircut, Eva, Shareholder value, Net realizable value, Liquidation value, Depreciate, Capitalization, Price/book ratio, Debt to equity ratio, Dividend discount model, Book value per share, Q ratio, Economic value added, Current value, Capitalisation, Valuation, Equity, Ddm, Npv, Net worth, Investment value, Salvage value, Breakup value, Shareholders equity, Price-to-book ratio, Nominal value, Stockholders' equity, Shareholders' equity, Appreciate, Net book value, Adjusted present value, Private market value, Going-concern value, Pre-money valuation, Net asset value per share, Equity ratio, Weighted average cost of capital, Navps, Goodwill, Watered stock, Stated value, Fair value, Financial leverage, Net asset value, Net present value, Leverage ratios

A measure of what the market believes a companys ongoing operations are worth....

The value of a company's business rather than the company; the answer the the question "how much would it cost to buy full ownership free of debt?".... more on: Enterprise value

The sum total of the market value of a company's debt and equity. It represents an open market valuation of the business or enterprise that supports it. In other words, how much a company is actually worth. It has no direction relation to book value. Commonly shortened to EV and divided by EBITDA to give a useful ratio.

The total value of the business determined by reference to the value of capital employed. It is calculated by adding Equity Value to Total Debt and deducting Cash.

the value of a company determined by adding the total amount of long-term debt to the company's market capitalization while subtracting the value of cash and cash equivalents held by the company. This value reflects the actual purchase price of the company if it were to be acquired without taking into account any premium or discount.

The total value of a company - including the value of equity and debt interests. Mathematically, it is the market capitalisation of a company (price x number of shares) plus the market value of debt (or book value if a proxy for market value of debt cannot be estimated). Therefore it is the value of all funding vehicles for a company, which have to be serviced by operating profits.

is a measure of a company's value. Enterprise value is calculated by: market capitalization plus debt and preferred shares minus cash and cash equivalents. In effect, enterprise value is the theoretical takeover price, i.e., in the event of a buyout an acquirer would have to take on the company's debt but would pocket its cash.

Value of a company's total share and debt capital.

The market capitalization of a firm's equity plus the market value of the firm's debt. Often the value of assets that are non-core are excluded the final calculation.

the sum of the market values of the common stock and long term debt of a company, minus cash.

Market capitalisation + net debt + preference shares

A measure of the whole worth of a company which aggregates a company's market capitalisation and its total debt.

Market capitalization plus long term debt less non-core assets. A concept that is useful in analyzing highly leveraged companies and is central to EVA-based analyses.

The total capitalized value of a company consisting of its total debt and total equity value.

Is calculated by adding debt to Market Capitalization, and is commonly used to indicate the total value (equity + debt) of a company

Net debt plus current market capitalisation of ordinary and preference equity plus minorities plus convertibles, less non EBIT generating assets.

The same as the above but plus the value of the group's outstanding debt to give a value for the whole enterprise.

The total value of the stock of the business, plus the face value of all interest-bearing debt owed by the business.

The total market capitalization of a company plus any outstanding debt. This is the cost of acquisition should one entity merge with or acquire another and assume the outstanding debt.

Market capitalisation plus net debt.

measure of what the market believes a Company's ongoing operations are worth. Enterprise value is equal to Vermilion's market capitalization + debt - cash and cash equivalents.

Enterprise value represents the aggregate value of a company including debt and equity less cash.

The market value of a company plus the value of its outstanding debt.

The cost of buying the right to the whole of the enterprise's core cash flows. This is the estimated value of the core operations of the enterprise as represented by the value of the various claims on cash flows and profit. = Market capitalization + net debt - (core assets - cash)

Market capitalization (equity) plus net debt.

The total value of a business including both its interest bearing debt and equity components.

EPS equities

Enterprise value (EV), Total enterprise value (TEV), or Firm value (FV) is a market value measure of a company from the point of view of the aggregate of all the financing sources; debtholders, preferred shareholders, minority shareholders and common equity holders. Because EV is a capital structure-neutral metric, it is useful when comparing companies with diverse capital structures.