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Market Capitalization

Market capitalization is the market value of company's outstanding shares. It shows the total worth of a company.
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Earning Per Share

Earning per share is the portion of company's profit allocated to each share.
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Debt Equity Ratio

Debt-Equity (D/E) ratio indicates how much debt a company is using to finance its assets relative to the value of shareholders' equity.
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Revenue is the income that a business has from its normal business activities, usually from the sale of goods and services to customers.
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Expenses include amounts such as cost of sales.
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Net Income (Gross Profit)

Net Income is the amount of revenue left after deducting expenses (cost of sales).
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Net Profit After Taxes

Net Profit After Taxes is the amount of revenue left after deducting all expenses and taxes.
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Taxes includes taxes paid to government.
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Assets include current and long-term assets owned by the company.
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Liabilities include current and long-term claims on the company.
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Net Assets

Net Assets is the difference between Assets and Liabilities. It also equels to Owners' equity which comprises of Share Capital, Reserves and Unappropriated Profits.
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Cash (Closing Balance)

Cash includes closing balance of cash and cash equivalents.
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