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''Pricing.''
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''Values and prices.''
  
 
The fair price for which an asset might be sold if it was offered for sale.  
 
The fair price for which an asset might be sold if it was offered for sale.  
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In the case of widely traded assets, some current market values may be a readily observable quoted market price.
 
In the case of widely traded assets, some current market values may be a readily observable quoted market price.
  
However, current market prices may differ signficantly from the intrinsic values of assets.  For example, equity market capitalisation emphasises this concept in relation to the share prices of listed companies.
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However, current market prices may differ significantly from the intrinsic values of assets.  For example, equity market capitalisation emphasises this concept in relation to the share prices of listed companies.
  
  
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* [[Deep discount issue]]
 
* [[Deep discount issue]]
 
* [[Discounted income model]]
 
* [[Discounted income model]]
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* [[Fair market]]
 
* [[Face value]]
 
* [[Face value]]
 
* [[Fair value]]
 
* [[Fair value]]
 
* [[Fire sale]]
 
* [[Fire sale]]
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* [[Goodwill]]
 
* [[Intrinsic value]]
 
* [[Intrinsic value]]
 
* [[Listed company]]
 
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* [[Share price]]
 
* [[Share price]]
 
* [[Shareholder value]]
 
* [[Shareholder value]]
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* [[Two-way price]]
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* [[Valuation]]
 
* [[Value]]
 
* [[Value]]
 
* [[Value driver]]
 
* [[Value driver]]

Latest revision as of 15:36, 12 March 2022

Values and prices.

The fair price for which an asset might be sold if it was offered for sale.

The price which might be agreed between an informed buyer and an informed seller.


This is distinct from the book value.

In the case of widely traded assets, some current market values may be a readily observable quoted market price.

However, current market prices may differ significantly from the intrinsic values of assets. For example, equity market capitalisation emphasises this concept in relation to the share prices of listed companies.


See also