PRICE TO BOOK Definition

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PRICE TO BOOK is a financial ratio that is derived by dividing a stock's capitalization by its book value. Also called Market-to-Book.

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ECONOMIC and MONETARY UNION (EMU) is the European Union's economic and monetary convergence among member countries, culminating in the introduction of a single currency, i.e. the Euro.

PRESENT VALUE is the discounted value of a payment or stream of payments to be received in the future, taking into consideration a specific interest or discount rate. Present Value represents a series of future cash flows expressed in todays dollars. A given amount of money is almost always more valuable sooner than later, so present values are generally smaller than corresponding future values.

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