Market Capitalisation

Trading Basics

Market Capitalisation

A company’s market capitalisation is the total value of all of its outstanding shares. This can be calculated by multiplying the current number of the company’s shares that are outstanding by the market value of one share; investors then use this figure to determine a company’s size.

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