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stock valuation

noun [C or U]
 
 
ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE, PRODUCTION the process of calculating the value of goods or materials owned by a company or available for sale in a store at a particular time, or the value that is calculated: The dispute was over the value of current assets, including basic stock valuation.
ACCOUNTING, STOCK MARKET the process of calculating the total value of a company's shares at a particular time, or the value that is calculated: a high/low stock valuation After periods of very low stock valuations, the market has typically gone up nearly 16% per year during the following decade. I think the current stock valuations for dot.com companies are ridiculous.
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