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Company Valuation and Share Price

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Company Valuation and Share Price
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301342
Number of pages: 125

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This free book provides an investor's guide to company share valuation in today's volatile markets using performance measures published by stock exchanges worldwide, plus other source material drawn from company data, analyst reports, press-media comment and the internet.

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