Definition of Market capitalisation
1. Noun. 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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Literary usage of Market capitalisation
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1. China: Progress and Reform Challenges by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"market capitalisation of the Shanghai stock market, 1993-2001 (Rmb billion, end-year) Source: Shanghai Stock Exchange web site. The corporate bond market, ..."
2. Privatising State-Owned Enterprises: An Overview of Policies and Practices by Ladan Mahoobi (2003)
"They also show that privatised companies are among the largest listed companies by market capitalisation (in non-US countries) and that of the 35 largest ..."
3. Oecd Economic Surveys: Belgiu; 2007 by Oecd (2007)
"Stock market capitalisation in OECD countries Per cent of GDP II 1990-1993 I 2000-2003 300 250 200 150 100 SVK AUT MEX TUR NZL KOR DEU ISL IRL GRC FRA CAN ..."
4. Institutional Investors in the New Financial Landscape by H. J. Blommestein, Norbert Funke (1998)
"In 1995, market capitalisation of domestic stock, expressed as a percentage ... Overall, the average stock market capitalisation in the EU falls far below ..."
5. OECD economic surveys 2001-2002 by OECD ECMT Staff (2002)
"Share prices and stock market capitalisation A. Stock market ... 25 20 15 10 5 0 Per cent of GDP 11) Slock market capitalisation Value of transactions 1990 ..."
6. Main Economic Indicators by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (1997)
"Presentation In addition to index descriptions and tabular material. profiles of the index capitalisation tor the market capitalisation). usually for l990 ..."
7. OECD Economic Surveys: Slovak Republic by OECD Staff (2005)
"There are a number of reasons for low equity market capitalisation. ... In addition, the minimum size for market capitalisation is relatively high compared ..."
8. OECD Information Technology Outlook: ICTs and the Information Economy by Graham Vickery (2002)
"market capitalisation is more evenly distributed across the sectors, but it is clear that communication equipment and systems producers and service ..."