Market Capitalization

"The market capitalization of a stock exchange is the total number of issued shares of domestic companies, including their several classes, multiplied by their respective prices at a given time. This figure reflects the comprehensive value of the market at that time.The market capitalization figures include:  - shares of domestic companies ;  - shares of foreign companies which are exclusively listed on an exchange, i.e. the foreign company is not quoted on any other exchange ;  - common and preferred shares of domestic companies ;  - shares without voting rights.The market capitalization figures exclude:  - collective investment funds ; -  rights, warrants, ETFs, convertible instruments ;  - options, futures ;  - foreign listed shares other than exclusively listed ones ;  - companies whose only business goal is to hold shares of other listed companies;  - companies admitted to trading (companies admitted to trading are companies whose shares are traded at the exchange but not listed at the exchange)."

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WFE

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