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capitalization

n. 1) the act of counting anticipated earnings and expenses as capital assets (property, equipment, fixtures) for accounting purposes. 2) the amount of anticipated net earnings which hypothetically can be used for conversion into capital assets.

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Release date- 03092019 - Karelian Diamond Resources plc ('Karelian') (AIM: KDR), the diamond exploration company focussed on Finland, is pleased to announce that Professor Richard Conroy, Chairman of the Company, has capitalised loans amounting to EUR71,429 (equivalent to c.GBP65,000) into 1,625,000 new ordinary shares of nominal value EUR0.00025 each ('Ordinary Shares') in the capital of the Company (the 'Capitalisation').
Growth in market capitalisation in the past year has been primarily driven by US companies, on the back of a robust economic environment.
A non-life insurer planning to play in this tier is expected to improve capitalisation from N3 billion to N9 billion.
South Africa's $672.4bn share of the total market capitalisation of the top 250 was 76%, down from 78%, despite increasing from 2017 market capitalisation of $586.8bn.
The Fauji Foundation Group, according to the report, has a total market capitalisation of Rs432 billion, and a a total KSE share of 4.6 per cent.
The increase in the capitalisation mainly over the past three years coincided with a drop in the companies listed on the regulated market from 115 on December 2012 to 85 currently, the data show.
Latest data from Arab Monetary Fund's website shows that Doha Securities Market's capitalisation dropped by 18.27 per cent to $151.88 billion last year from $185.85 billion in 2014.
TUCI's risk-adjusted capitalisation is likely to remain adequate for its rating in future years and is expected to be supported by high profit retention.
The Financial Times (FT) recently released its list of the top 500 global companies by market capitalisation as at end-September 2012.
IFC Capitalisation Fund's investments in Ahli United Bank will provide long-term capital resources to the bank as it expands regionally, and will strengthen its capital funding base in anticipation of the Basel III requirements coming into effect in 2013.
IFC Capitalisation Fund's investments in AUB will provide long-term capital resources to the bank as it expands regionally, and will strengthen its capital funding base in anticipation of the Basel III requirements coming into effect in 2013.
Of course, it is important to compare like with like, so there are three tables, representing companies of different sizes, according to their market capitalisation.