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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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"The transaction will allow investors to receive liquidity and benefit from the underlying values of the securities they hold," the securities firm said in an emailed statement.
I would urge our religious and political leaders, economists and planners to look at the structure of society and its underlying values which keep us backward.
2) The research phase probes for underlying values that might serve as motivators.
And their underlying values of self-help, equality and solidarity offer a compass in challenging economic times.
San Marcos) explain how students can understand a culture through an activity, phenomenon, or institution that its members consider important and identify with emotionally or cognitively, which serves as a metaphor for the underlying values of the culture itself.
It also confirms to me that this Government are intent on significant commercialisation of the NHS that can only be detrimental to the underlying values and equality of healthcare in the UK.
The sale substantially reduces SD Standard Drilling's future financing needs and shows the underlying values in the jack-up segment, the broker said.
It's tremendous that young people do appreciate not only the impact of sporting heroes and sport itself on their lives, but also the underlying values that create sporting greats.
The elements of an acceptable use policy reflect underlying values (i.e., privacy, free speech, intellectual freedom, fair inquiry, student safety).
This book aims to both celebrate the 60th anniversary of the National Health Service (NHS) and to reinforce the underlying values that it represented, which today are under attack from the latter-day Labour Party.
The old adage that "pigs get fat, but hogs get slaughtered," is usually true, unless the hog can manage to "dodge the bullets." 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.
This film is about family and the underlying values of family.