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Book Value

An accounting term. A stock's book value is determined by adding up all of a company's assets and then deducting all of its debt and liabilities, including the liquidation price of any preferred issues. This sum is then divided by the number of common shares outstanding, and the result is book value per common share. Book value of a company's assets or of a security may have little relationship to the market value.