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The market price per share is used to determine a company’s market capitalization, or “market cap.” To calculate it, **take the most recent share price of a company and multiply it by the total number of outstanding shares**.

Start by adding the net proceeds to the costs in order to find the gross (total) proceeds from the stock issuance. Then, **divide the gross proceeds by** the number of shares issued to calculate the issue price per share.

To calculate this market value, multiply the current market price of a company’s stock by the total number of shares outstanding. The number of shares outstanding is **listed in the equity section of a company’s balance sheet**.

**Divide the firm’s total common stockholder’s equity by the average number of common shares outstanding**. For example, if the firm’s total common stockholder’s equity is $6.3 million and the average number of common shares outstanding is $100,000, then the stock price’s book value for the firm would be $63.

## How do you find the market price?

The market price of an asset or service is determined by **the forces of supply and demand**. The price at which quantity supplied equals quantity demanded is the market price.

## How do you calculate current market price?

Market Value per Share: It is calculated by considering the market value of a company divided by the total number of outstanding shares. Price-Earnings (P/E) Ratio. It provides a better sense of the value of a company.: The P/E ratio is the current price of the **stock divided by the earnings per share**.

The market value per share is simply **the going price of the stock**. The market price per share formula says this is equal to the total value of the company, divided by the number of shares.

The market value per share **represents the current price of a company’s shares**, and it is the price that investors are willing to pay for common stocks.

The price per share, or PPS, is **the monetary amount paid or received for a given share of stock**. The price per share can help investors decide whether a given company’s stock is worth buying.

## How do you calculate market capitalization on a balance sheet?

Calculating market cap is simple: **Multiply the number of outstanding shares times the share price**. So a company with 10 million shares trading at $50 is worth 10 million times 50, or $500 million. Investors prefer market cap over other figures such as sales or assets for describing a company’s value.

## How do you calculate PE ratio from annual report?

The P/E ratio measures the relationship between a company’s stock price and its earnings per issued share. The P/E ratio is calculated by **dividing a company’s current stock price by its earnings per share (EPS)**.