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Market Value

This is the value of the corporation based on the total price of all the shares of the corporation. The market value of a corporation is calculated as the value of one share multiplied by the number of shares. Market value will increase if the corporation is making a profit. The higher the profit, the higher the market value of the corporation will be. Large loans can reduce the market value of corporations because loans carry interest which represents an additional cost for the corporation and reduces the profit.

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Market Value This is the value of the corporation based on the total price of all the shares of the corporation. The market value of a corporation is calculated as the value of one share multiplied by the number of shares. Market value will increase if the corporation is making a profit. The higher the profit, the higher the market value of the corporation will be. Large loans can reduce the market value of corporations because loans carry interest which represents an additional cost for the corporation and reduces the profit.