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English definition of “small-cap”

small-cap

adjective [before noun] (also small cap)
 
 
STOCK MARKET, FINANCE
relating to a company that has a low total value of shares, or these companies considered as a group: The current financial climate does not favour small-cap companies. small-cap shares → Compare large-cap, mid-cap
(Definition of small-cap adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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