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CVX201.5 B201.5 B202.7 B240.5 B223.6 B192.3 B260.4 B273.1 B234.3 B249 B185.6 B257.6 B268.2 B
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HPQ65.6 B47.5 B58.3 B72.3 B56.8 B26 B36.8 B39.2 B25.9 B26.2 B38.6 B34.8 B37.2 B
TRV11.1 B30.8 B33.5 B39 B41.1 B40.7 B40.9 B40.9 B40.9 B40.9 B40.9 B36.8 B32.8 B
MRK118.8 B118.8 B126.7 B158.8 B178.4 B166.7 B179.5 B172.4 B214.5 B249.8 B228.3 B210 B216 B
MMM60.1 B60.1 B67.6 B97.9 B110.7 B102.4 B117.5 B149 B122.6 B114 B117.2 B116.5 B123.2 B
IBM235.6 B235.6 B238.2 B229.8 B194.9 B163.7 B191.3 B176.7 B138.5 B180 B168 B171 B169.9 B
T156.5 B239.7 B253 B260.1 B247.4 B332.4 B380.5 B380.5 B380.5 B380.5 B380.5 B342.5 B271.5 B

JP Morgan Chase, Chevron Corp, Farfetch Ltd Cl, Hp Inc, The Travelers Companies, Merck Company, 3M Company, International Business, and ATT Inc Enterprise Value description

Enterprise Value (or EV) is usually referred to as companies theoretical takeover price. In the event of an acquisition, an acquirer would have to take on entities debt, but would also pocket its cash. Enterprise Value is more accurate representation of companies value than its market capitalization because it takes into account all of organizations existing debt. Enterprise value is a measure of the value of a business as a whole; calculated as Market Capitalization plus Total Debt USD minus Cash and Equivalents USD.

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