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Stated value

A monetary worth figure that bears no relation to market value that is assigned, for accounting purposes, to stock for use instead of par value.
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Stated Value

An arbitrary value a publicly-traded company assigns to its common stock on its financial statements. The stated value bears no relationship whatsoever to a stock's market value; however, in the event of liquidation it provides shareholders with some level of protection as the stated value shows that their stock does have some worth.
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stated value

A value assigned to common stock by the firm's management for purposes of financial statements. Stated value, used in place of par value, is calculated on a per-share basis by dividing the stated capital resulting from a new issue of common stock by the number of new shares issued. Stated value is unrelated to the stock's market price and is of little importance to the shareholders.
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The stated values at one month were a mean of 2.37 and 3.33 in the control and intervention groups, respectively (scale 1, do everything I can to live longer, versus scale 10, live with whatever time I have left).
Looking at the values involved, I would like to ask Talha Ahmed (and anyone playing the race/persecution card) exactly which of the stated values they nd so objectionable.
By "it" I mean the consistency among their stated values, the paid-for messages they send to various stakeholders and the messages that are shared more informally.
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Finally the fundamental contradiction in the normative discourse of international administration between stated values of rights and freedoms and the inherently coercive means of imposing them is explored and overall conclusions are drawn.
They need to be open-minded enough to consider other views and the variety of alternatives that may be available; tenacious in their desire to find and implement great solutions, not just any solutions, and behave in a way that is consistent with their stated values. They need to be able to speak their mind and back it up.
* to evaluate their stated values as they compare to their active values;
Effective use of stated values requires a dialogue.
What we do need is more alignment between stated values and organizational actions.
Do the large international humanitarian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) act as independent bodies seeking to influence government and corporate policies in conformity with their stated values or, as a growing number of leftist critics contend, are they beholden to their state financial sponsors and carrying out their activities in concordance with the foreign policy goals of these sponsors?