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What is Enterprise Value

The formula is Market capital + debt + minority interest + preferred shares - total cash and cash equivalents.

Enterprise Value is a measurement method of a theoretical takeover price, considered to be a more accurate representation of a firm's value because it includes debt which has to be paid.

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