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Enterprise Value (EV) or Firm Value is an economic measure that indicates the total value of a company. It measures how much an acquirer needs to pay to buy a company. 761 more words
You don’t have to be a professional money manager to be aware that the swift decline in oil prices has been one of the most impactful financial headlines in years. 1,109 more words
Consider it another effect of the oil bust: Google is bigger than Exxon Mobil.
This isn’t a one-session blip. The companies’ ranking by stock market capitalization first switch back in February, and despite a partial recovery in oil prices—prices for West Texas Intermediate oil are up more than 20% since March 17—Exxon’s market value, at $360 billion, still trails that of Google, now at $373 billion. 129 more words
What distinguishes AB-Inbev, Colruyt and Ryanair from their closest competitors?
All three are number 1 in their respective markets, are subject to a steady growth for more than a decade, are extremely competitive, highly profitable and blessed with the highest market capitalization in their segment… Is there a specific reason for these exceptional positions at the top? 180 more words
So, the sensex crossed the 30,000 mark today, thus creating the history. But what does that mean for you and me? Why it breached 30,000 mark? 872 more words