Underlying Value

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Underlying Value

The fundamental value of a company, and not its speculated or estimated future value. The underlying value may reflect both tangible and intangible value and, for that reason, may be difficult to calculate. However, it comes from present, fundamental information and not conjecture.
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1 November 2010 - The board of directors of Norwegian shipping company Green Reefers ASA (OSL: GRR) said last Friday that the underlying values in the company possibly exceed the NOK0.
Although the taxpayer in Temple (who originally claimed over 58% in discounts) was ultimately able to value the gifts at more than $7 million below the assets' underlying values, it is unclear how much weight the district court's decision will carry.
From friendships and moral duty to morality, women and teamwork, Superheroes And Philosophy offers a wide-ranging survey of popular cultural icons and their underlying values systems.
The focus on musician Estefan's values provides an additional perspective not just on the usual life events, but the underlying values driving success.
Graphic works, drawings, collages, and photocopies were scattered over the gallery walls, and these contained installation plans for the exhibition, with the silhouettes of the mechanical tools and then words, phrases, and fragments of images belonging to the "tough" universe that often recurs in the artist's work--male "views of the world" with all their underlying values.
Technical experts who make the successful transition to leadership learn to rely more upon their instincts, insights, intuition, tolerance for human equations, underlying values and their ``feel'' for things.