PRICE TO BOOK VALUE

Price to Book Value




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Company  P/BV  Country Industry
Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa1.80PolandBasic Materials
Metro Pacific Investments1.60PhilippinesUtilities
Aker BP ASA2.20NorwayOil and Gas
Grupo Simec B1.20MexicoBasic Materials
Morinaga3.40JapanConsumer Goods
Mebuki Financial Group1.70JapanFinancials
Hitachi Kokusai Electric2.70JapanTechnology
Moncler9.40ItalyConsumer Goods
Buzzi Unicem1.70ItalyIndustrials
PT Hanjaya Mandala Sampoerna13.30IndonesiaConsumer Goods
MRF3.80IndiaConsumer Goods
Matahari Department Store20.70IndonesiaConsumer Services
ICICI Prudential Life Insurance10.80IndiaFinancials
Dassault Aviation S.A.2.60FranceIndustrials
Postal Savings Bank of China1.00ChinaFinancials
Livzon Pharmaceutical Group3.10ChinaHealth Care

Price/Book-Value ratio, P/BV or P/B, is a financial ratio used to compare the current market price of a company with its book value. The calculation can be done in two ways, but the result should be the same both ways.

In the first way, the market capitalization of the company can be divided by the total book value of the company in its balance sheet. The second way, using values per share, is to divide the current share price of the company's book value per share (ie book value divided by the number of shares outstanding).

The P/BV considered only the recognized accounting value. In this case, the unrealized appreciations, as well as the unrealized losses are not included. Particularly in investment and real estate companies, there is often distorting values. Furthermore, when valuing firms, cash-flows and earnings are the main amounts considered.

However, Price to Book Value gives a reference of how the company is using the resources initially given by investors and how they had managed the company.

Price to Book Value

Book value of a firm is calculated starting with the net assets value of the company and deducting all the liabilities. This way we would obtain the total book value of the company. If we divide this amount with the number of shares, we will obtain de Book Value per share.

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