This refers to the market value of a company’s shares, and is calculated by multiplying the number of shares by their market price, which can differ even significantly from the par value. For listed companies, capitalisation is an important figure because it tends to be associated with the stock’s level of liquidity. This is mainly due to the fact most share indices attribute greater weight to companies with higher capitalisation.
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