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Total capitalization

The total long-term debt and all types of equity of a company that constitutes its capital structure.

Market Capitalization

The total value of all outstanding shares of a publicly-traded company. The market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the shares outstanding by the price per share. Market capitalization is one of the basic measures of a publicly-traded company; it is a way of determining the rough value of a company. Generally speaking, a higher market capitalization indicates a more valuable company. Many exchanges and indices are weighted for market capitalization. It is informally known as market cap. See also: Large cap, Mid cap, Small cap.

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4% of the total capitalization of all existing firms.
With this acquisition, the total capitalization of Insignia's portfolio is approximately $4.
With REIT share prices dropping, debt to total capitalization has significantly increased, putting pressure even on the availability of debt.
In January, 1993, CIGNA issued an additional $200 million of senior notes, which if included in the 1992 year-end results would have resulted in a debt to total capitalization ratio of 21.
This latest transaction adds to an existing Winthrop portfolio that represents over $6 billion in total capitalization, and with over 2,500 employees, makes Winthrop Financial Associates one of the nation's largest real estate investment and management corporations.
On a pro forma basis, the debt issuance will increase SDG&E's total debt to total capitalization ratio to 48% from 43%, and total debt to cash flow from operations to 3.
Pro-forma for year-end 2004, total debt to total capitalization drops from 48% to 46%.
The transactions also increase the proportion of secured debt relative to the total capitalization, weakening the position of the senior unsecured noteholders.
At our most recent year end, January 30, 2005, outstanding debt was $31 million, or 19% of total capitalization.
After this transaction, LMHC's total debt to total capitalization is expected to remain below 25%.