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capitalized value

n. anticipated earnings which are discounted (given a lower value) so that they represent a more realistic current value since projected earnings do not always turn out as favorably as expected or hoped.

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Hong Kong and Frankfurt boosted their market capitalization by about 50%, according to the Nihon Keizai.
The company shares have a 52-week low of $13.00, a 52-week high of $33.24 and a market capitalization of $3.30 billion.
The market capitalization for the quarter rose 12.3 per cent to hit Sh2.36 trillion compared to Sh2.10 trillion recorded in the previous quarter ended December last year.
Furthermore, in this sector 27 companies are cataloged, having total paid up capital of Rs38,413 million and the market capitalization is Rs351,913 million.
That steep two-day drop in Amazon and losses in other FANG stocks has reduced the group's market capitalization by $200 billion to $1.93 trillion.
Together with China, the three make up 65 percent of the region's section of the CSRI's database, with a combined market capitalization of $2.85 trillion (71 percent market share).
Sector comprises 19 companies and the listed capital was Rs 148,042.3 million with market capitalization of Rs 449,531.9 million.
What is the relationship between macroeconomic variables and stock market capitalization?
Makedonski Telekom, for example, is currently worth 426 million euros, according to its market capitalization. This in fact means that if all the shares of this company were sold in a day, they would generate this amount of money.
The HDAX Index measures all 110 stocks listed in the DAX, MDAX and TecDAX indices, representing more than 95 percent of Germany s free-float market capitalization.
Over the past year, the number of listed companies on the KONEX increased from 21 to 55, and the market capitalization more than doubled from 468.9 billion won to 1.18 trillion won.
PricewaterhouseCooper's (PwC) 10th annual review of the aggregated financial results of the world's top 40 mining companies, as measured by market capitalization, shows net profits dropped 49% to $68 billion in 2012 from $134 billion in 2011.