7 billion, based on the total book value of domestic banks reaching NT$2.
What does BV stand for?
BV stands for Book Value
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 24 other meanings of BV in our Acronym Attic
- Binocular Vision
- Biological Value
- Black & Veatch Corporation
- Blessed Virgin
- Blocking Voltage
- Blood Vessel
- Blood Volume
- Blue Valentine (film)
- Bombeiros Voluntários (Portuguese: Volunteer Firemen Corporation)
- Bon Voyage (The Sims 2 Expansion Pack)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One way to search for such opportunities is to look for companies with low book value relative to stock price--or, to put it another way, a high price-to-book ratio.
At the end of 2006, Northern Rock had a book value of £1.
Effective book value is computed by subtracting the total of a loan-loss provision a bank put up by assessing degrees of recoverability of an outstanding loan from the original book value of the loan.
To assess the differences in value relevance of two accounting summary numbers, earnings and book value, across different countries, we use empirical models and measurements that allow direct comparisons of the weights assigned to accounting earnings and book value by market participants of these four countries.
It's a two-step test that first determines whether the book value of the reporting unit's acquired assets exceeds the unit's so-called fair value -- typically measured through discounted cash-flow estimates.
While many variables determine an offering price, the tendency to set offering prices below book value may, in many cases, be unwarranted.
In virtually all cases, the figure for economic book value is higher - sometimes substantially - than accounting book value.