replacement value

replacement value
Current cost of replacing the firm's assets. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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replacement value replacement value value1

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replacement value UK US noun [C]
INSURANCE, FINANCE the amount of money that it would cost to replace something that is damaged, lost, stolen, etc. with something new: »

The report estimated the replacement value of the tunnels at $50.5 million.


Keep in mind that replacement value is not the same as market value.

Compare MARKET VALUE(Cf. ↑market value)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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