Definitions for **"Market capitalisation"**

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Market capitalisation is used to indicate the value of a company by multiplying the number of shares in issue by the current share price.

Total value of a company's securities at current prices quoted on a stock exchange. Hence, it is the total number of shares issued multiplied by the market price. Also, can denote the total valuation of the whole of a stock exchange's securities or the total value of one sector of a stock exchange's securities.

The worth of a company as set by the stock market. It is calculated by multiplying the number of shares on issue by the price per share.

A company's market capitalisation shows the current market value of the company and is found by multiplying the share price of the company by the number of ordinary shares. So if a company has a share price of £8 per share and has 10 million ordinary shares, it has a market capitalisation of £80 million.

The market value of the Trust, representing the sum of the number of units on issue multiplied by the unit price (as quoted on the NZSX).

The value of a company measured by the market price of its equity.

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.

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 capitalisation is the value of a company as determined by the market price of its issues and outstanding common stock. It is calculated as the product of market price and shares outstanding. = (share price) x (shares outstanding)

A company's total equity market value, calculated by multiplying the price of a single share by the total number of shares outstanding.

The value of a company calculated by multiplying the number of shares in issue by the 'Mid-Price' of the share.

The value of a corporation as determined by its current market price, i.e, number of shares x market price.

This is the total value of all securities issued by a company, including debentures, preference and ordinary shares, and bonus and rights issues. Market capitalisation indicates a company's performance and is used to conduct market valuations.

The value of a company on the stock market, calculated by multiplying the number of its issued ordinary shares by its current market price.

The market value of a company's issued share capital, i.e. the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the price at which those shares are trading.

The total market value of all of a company's outstanding shares. Used as an indicator of the total value of a company.

The value the market places on a company. The number of shares issued x the ruling price on any day.

The product of the number of the company's outstanding ordinary shares and the market price of each share.

The latest closing price of this share multiplied by the number of shares issued.

Market value of a company determined by multiplying the number of outstanding shares by the current market price per share.

Is an indication of the value of a company and is calculated by multiplying the current share price with the number of shares in issue

The total value of a company's stock.

Issued units of a trust or security listed on the stock exchange, multiplied by the market price of each unit or security.

The market value of a company, calculated by multiplying the current share price by the number of shares in issue.

The total market value of all of a firm's outstanding shares. Market capitalisation is calculated by multiplying a firm's share price by the number of shares outstanding. Large cap, medium cap, small cap refer to shares in decreasing order of market capitalisation. Our daily market cap figures uses the daily close price of a stock times the number of outstanding shares.

A company's stock market value. This value fluctuates as it corresponds to the number of shares multiplied by their price (or "market value").

The market value of a company. The total number of shares in issue multiplied by the share price.

A determination of a company's value, calculated by multiplying the total number of company stock shares outstanding by the price per share. Also called capitalisation.

A method of calculating a companiesÕ worth - the number of shares of a company times the price per share.

The value at which the company is capitalised in the stockmarket. It is calculated by multiplying the number of shares in issue by the share price.

The number of shares of a company in issue, multiplied by its share price

Value at current market prices of a companyâ€™s equity capital. It is calculated by multiplying the current share price by the number of shares outstanding.

A companies share price multiplied by the number of shares on issue

Total market value of the company on the stock exchange. Formula: Total number of shares multiplied by the official price quoted on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.

The values of shares in a public company at a point in time. Calculated by the number of shares issued multiplied by their current market price.

If you multiply the number of ordinary shares a company has issued by their market price, you get the market capitalisation value of the company.

Number of ordinary shares in issue at close of business on 31 December multiplied by the closing share price as quoted on the JSE Securities Exchange South Africa.

The value of a company obtained by multiplying the number of its issued shares by their market price.

The value placed on a company by the market. It is the number of shares on issue multiplied by market share price.

The value of a company on the market, computed by multiplying the number of shares by the current market price.

the number of main class securities on issue multiplied by the market price as quoted on the APX.

This is what a company is worth, represented by its Market Value. The market value can be ascertained by multiplying the number of issued shares by their current market price.

The value of a company as measured by the total stockmarket price of its shares. In simple terms, the number of shares times the share price.

the value of a company as measured by the total stockmarket price of its issued and outstanding shares. This is calculated by multiplying the number of shares by the current market price of a share. It is also widely used as a definition of company size - hence, big corporations are usually referred to as large cap stocks (See also Small Caps)

Total value of all listed securities (or groups of securities), based on their market prices.

What the market says the equity of a company is worth: the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the market price.

The value sum of the total amount of various securities issued by a corporation, multiplied by the current market price of those securities.

The total value of a company as determined by the Market Price per Share multiplied by the number of Shares in issue.

This is the total value of a Company as per the current share price quoted on a stock exchange. Market capitalisation is calculated by multiplying the total number of shares in issue by the share price.

How the Stock Exchange measures the value of a company. You can work it out by multiplying the share price by the total number of shares in circulation.

The stock market value of a company as determined by multiplying the number of shares in issue by the price of the shares.

The total market value of a company determined by multiplying the number of shares in issue by their current share price quotation.

The stock market's assessment of a company's value. Calculated by multiplying the number of shares on issue by the individual share price.

Value attributed to the company by the stock market. Market capitalisation corresponds to the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the share price at a given time.

A measure of the company’s corporate size, it is the total number of shares issued by the company multiplied by the current market price of those shares.

The total number of shares on issues multiplied by their market price.

Market Capitalisation is the total market value, at the current stock exchange list price multiplied by the total number of equity shares issued by a company.

The monetary value of the all outstanding shares, which is calculated by multiplying the number of shares by the current market price

Total market value of securities issued by a company, industry, sector or markets(s). Calculated by multiplying the number of securities in issue by the current market price.

The current total market value of a company's issued shares. Obtained by multiplying the current market price by the current number of shares in issue.

the price of a companyâ€™s shares multiplied by the number of shares on issue

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