capitalization


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Synonyms for capitalization

money or property used to produce more wealth

Synonyms for capitalization

writing in capital letters

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an estimation of the value of a business

the act of capitalizing on an opportunity

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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.
The market capitalization of this sector was Rs 103,526.7 million and the profit after tax is Rs 10,489.59 million.
Market Capitalization of Apple (Largest Business): $868 billion
The 11 Chinese banks in the Global 500 at end-2012 accounted for 23 percent of the sector's market capitalization, ahead of the US banks' 17 percent share.
In 1991, Capitalization Phase II began, which expanded DLA's ownership of bulk petroleum products to include most bulk storage installations.
"The sector's capitalization has not yet recovered to where it was before 2008, based on our analysis of the insurers' risk-adjusted capitalization.
"IFC Capitalization 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," the statement read.
EoACA[pounds sterling]The rise in market capitalization resulted mainly from new listings of equities and state government bonds, coupled with price appreciation by equities.
Most studies suggest that the macroeconomic environment has an important effect on the stock market capitalization rate such as gross domestic product, exchange rates, interest rates, current account and money supply (Kurihara, 2006; Ologunde et al., 2006).
The total capitalization of these new firms, established in 2008, amounted to SR 70.4 billion or an average of SR 24.9 million for each firm.
Carried out by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Trade and Agriculture Directorate, this study focuses on the capitalization of government support to farmers into land rents and prices, which happens when farmers incorporate the value of government support into their decision-making (noting that previous OECD studies have identified capitalization of support as a major source of inefficiency in transfers to agriculture).
Corporate Focus allows stock plan professionals to view and manage complex capitalization information from a single screen.
Alternatively, earnings can be converted to value by dividing them by a capitalization rate, which encompasses the required rate of return and the anticipated long-term growth rate.