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Size is a log of the market value of equity, bm is the book value divided by the market value of equity, eps is earnings per share, lei, is the amount of leverage, pe is the price- to-earnings ratio, caster is the cash to total assets ratio, and turn is the company shares' turnover.
Adjusted enterprise value = market value of equity + preferred stock + debt (excluding debt associated with West Virginia (for Advocat)) + lease expense capitalized using a 12.
j,t] = firm j's net income in year t, scaled by the market value of equity as of year-end t-1; [DELTA][EARN.
Using the maximum price the market value of equity equals 70.
3]); market value of equity to book value of liabilities ([X.
EV gives the cost of acquiring a business and is derived by adding the market value of equity and debt.
EV gives the cost of acquiring a business and is derived by adding the market value of equity and that of debt.
The market-value-of-equity-to-book-value-of-equity ratio is meaningless without careful calculation since if the book value of equity is calculated using total shareholders' equity, it includes both the controlling (parent) and noncontrolling interest, but the market value of equity includes only the equity of the parent or controlling interest.