Definitions for **"market cap"**

see capitalization.

same as capitalization

Market capitalization is the total value of a company, measured as share price multiplied by the total number of shares outstanding. Market cap is an important indicator of a company's buying power, since most mergers and acquisitions are often accomplished with stock, not cash.

Abbreviation for "market capitalization." The market cap is the value of an entire company as determined by the market at any given time. You can caculate this by multiplying the price per share by the number of outstanding shares. Be... read more ... Usefulness: N/A(0 ratings) by BuckyF () Rate It! this definition is ... useful somewhat useful incorrect spam / offensive

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The amount of money you would have to pay if you bought ever share of stock in a company. (To calculate market cap, multiply the number of shares by the price per share.) Short for Market Capitalization.

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.

The latest stock price of a share multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.

Relating to stocks, the monetary value of a company's total outstanding shares. Determined by multiplying the total number of shares outstanding with the current stock price.

Is a value placed on a company. It is computed by multiplying the number of outstanding shares by the current share price.

Market capitalization of a company computed by multiplying the stock's latest price by the current number of shares outstanding.

A public company's share price multiplied by the total number of shares outstanding; Microsoft is an example a large-cap company.

This is a common abbreviation for "market capitalization". This is the total number of Hollywood Dollars that traders have invested in a particular MovieStock or StarBond.

This is the company's market capitalization. If a company has 10 million shares and the company shares are selling for $10, the market cap is $100 million.

This is a company's market capitalization. To calculate the market cap, simply multiply the issued and outstanding shares by the current selling price.

the total value of a company's outstanding equity; the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the price per share

The market capitalization of a firm, obtained by multiplying the price of its share by the total number of shares outstanding.

Short for market capitalization and is the number of shares outstanding times the share price. In other words what it would cost to buy the whole company, i.e. all of the shares outstanding. GE has the largest market cap in the world, ExxonMobil is number 2. (as of 4-16-05)