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Market Value of Equity

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The market value of equity is the value owned by a company's common stockholders as minority interests in a publicly traded company.

With respect to a private company, market value of equity does not reflect either a discount for lack of marketability associated with a small minority interest in a private company nor the possibility of a higher value associated with the sales of 100% of the common stock in a merger or acquisition.

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