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asset value

noun [C or U]
 
 
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE
a figure showing the total value of the assets of a company or organization, often used by investors to study a company's share price, its value when sold, etc.: The manager believes they had previously underestimated the company's asset value and long-term earning power. The acquisition of the hotel chain looks expensive, but we do not have a figure for asset value by which to judge it. →  See also net asset value
asset valuation noun [C or U]
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