The market value of a corporation as a whole can
The market value of a corporation as a whole can be estimated by multiplying the number of shares of common stock times the market value at any given time. The corporation’s book value is simply the book value of its assets less the book value of its liabilities, or its recorded equity value. Discuss reasons why these two values might differ for the same company and why the difference might be greater or less for different companies.
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