Calculate the market to book ratio, Business Economics

Calculate the market value of your corporation at the end of the sample period.  Multiply the last price in the sample times the number of shares outstanding at that time.  You can find total shares from Yahoo! Finance. (The market value is also shown as "Market Cap" with Key Statistics.)Now calculate the market-to-book ratio for your corporation. The book value of equity data can be found in Yahoo! Finance on the Balance Sheet (Total Stockholder Equity).

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