Enterprise Value (EV)
Enterprise value (EV) is a financial metric used to assess the total value of a company. It is calculated as the company's market capitalization (share price multiplied by the number of outstanding shares) plus its total debt minus its cash and cash equivalents.
In simpler terms, enterprise value is the amount of money it would take to acquire a company's entire operations and assets, including all its debts and liabilities. It is considered a more comprehensive valuation metric than market capitalization alone because it takes into account a company's debt and cash reserves.
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