market capitalization

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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

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A look at the top 10 companies at BSE by market cap shows that over the last 10 years, four companies have been edged out of the top 10 list - Bharti Airtel, NTPC, Wipro and ICICI Bank.
So, when you see the main tables, along with the October-September market cap, we have also given the average market cap over the past two fiscal years for better understanding.
Swank Capital, LLC, and Cushing Asset Management, LP have reported plans to rebalance the Cushing MLP Market Cap Index as part of normal index operations, the company said.
4 billion in market cap, and over 818,000 employees.
It added in the January-August period this year, global market cap rose to $66 trillion.
These include market cap between $200 million and $1 billion, value traded in excess of $0.
20 per cent of total market cap of the BSE 500," said Thunuguntla.
These companies lost KD24bn of market cap during 2008 to reach KD33.
A company with a smaller market value is delisted if it fails to bring its market cap back to the required level during a nine-month grace period.
Continuing with our discussion on the stock market erosion in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), the market cap of the MENA stock market went down by as much as 47 per cent for the year to date (YTD) as on 25 November 2008, making the region one of the worst performers globally despite the high growth expected in the region and much lower levels of exposure to subprime.
The accompanying map shows the results, with a darker color representing a higher market cap per capita.
The measurement of market cap would be self-calibrating and based on a standardized methodology.
A hedge fund manager typically gets a 20 percent cut of the increase in the market cap of the fund's holdings.
The sharp rise seen in market cap of these stocks leading up to 2000 is a telltale sign that there was a heavier weighting in IT stocks, because this run coincided with Japan's mini IT bubble.
Ford's market cap is a piddling US$17 billion by comparison.