net realizable value


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Net Realizable Value

The net asset value of an asset or investment if it were sold, less the estimated cost of the sale and the amount the seller would have to spend to bring the asset or investment to a state where it can be sold. The NRV is used in GAAP accounting rules to ensure that the value of an asset or investment is not overstated.

net realizable value

the amount for which a FIXED ASSET or CURRENT ASSET can be sold, less any selling expenses involved. Net realizable value of an asset may be below its Net Book Value in which case the ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLE of prudence would suggest that the value of the asset in the company's LEDGER accounts should be adjusted downward to avoid overstating asset values in the BALANCE SHEET.
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in thousands, except per share metrics) Quarter Ended Quarter Ended June 30, 2013 June 30, 2012 Net (loss) / earnings from continuing operations ($103,491) $6,640 Adjustments: Impairment charges 98,688 - Net realizable value adjustments on inventory 12,245 - Foreign exchange loss on translation of tax basis recorded in deferred income tax expense 11,852 5,688 Unrealized foreign exchange gain (8,741) (4,813) Gain on option component of convertible notes (4,106) (9,618) Unrealized gain on derivatives 123 (896) Unrealized loss on contingent consideration 4,060 - Other (4,508) 2,078 Adjusted net earnings from continuing operations $6,122 ($921) Adjusted net earnings from continuing operations, per share $0.
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Previously, accounting standards required companies to carry inventories at the lower of cost or net realizable value.