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stock valuationnoun [C or U]

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ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE, PRODUCTION the ​process of ​calculating the ​value of ​goods or ​materialsowned 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 ​currentassets, ​including basic ​stockvaluation.
ACCOUNTING, STOCK MARKET the ​process of ​calculating the ​totalvalue of a company's ​shares at a particular ​time, or the ​value that is ​calculated: a high/low stock valuation After ​periods of very ​lowstockvaluations, the ​market has typically gone up nearly 16% ​peryear during the ​following decade. I ​think the ​currentstockvaluations for dot.com ​companies are ridiculous.
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