Aggregate value

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1. Traditional corporate finance.


The total value of a commercial business, whether funded by equity alone or by a combination of equity and debt.

This total value - in this context - is also known as the 'enterprise value' or 'entity value'.

In traditional corporate finance, where the business is funded by both debt and equity the AV is given by:

AV = market value of debt + market value of equity

Sometimes known as the Aggregate Market Value (AMV).

2. Equity.

The total market value of all of the equity - from all sources and in all locations - being used to fund a company.

This amount is also sometimes known as the Aggregate Market Value (AMV).

3. Valuation - cost.

Any total value, or total cost, calculated by adding up all the different elements that make it up.

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