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A Company’s Capitalisation is the combined value of Corporate Bonds and Shareholders Funds invested.

The total amount of Capital or Funds invested in a Company via Bonds and Shareholders Funds is the Company’s Capitalisation. The capital employed by a company linked to market value is known as the Enterprise Value, measuring the Market Cap (Equity) plus Debt, net of cash and equivalents. Enterprise Value is the market price of the total Capitalisation of a Company, or how much would it cost to buy the Company. While Capitalisation is referring to total Capital employed as recorded in the Balance Sheet. Similar but different.


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