Definitions for "market capitalization"
MCAP. Market capitalization represents the aggregate value of a company or stock....
Market capitalization (or 'market cap') measures the size of a company. A company's market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the total number of a company's outstanding shares by the current price per share. A company with 30 million shares and a current price of $40 per share has a market capitalization of $1.2 billion (30 million multiplied by $40). A company is classified as Large Cap if it is over $11 billion in market capitalization; Mid cap if it is between $1.7 billion and $11 billion in market capitalization; and Small cap if it is $1.7 billion or less in market capitalization.
( Market Cap.) the price of a stock multiplied by the number of common shares outstanding. SMALL CAP - market-capitalization of less than $1 billion. MID CAP - market-capitalization from $1 billion to $5 billion. LARGE CAP - market-capitalization of over $5 billion.