Definition of Large-capitalization
1. Adjective. Of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more.
Partainyms: Market Capitalization, Market Capitalisation, Market Capitalization
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Large-capitalization
Literary usage of Large-capitalization
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Socialism: An Examination of Its Nature, Its Strength and Its Weakness, with by Richard Theodore Ely (1894)
"A large capitalization, so far as it exceeds the actual value of the plant, very frequently represents only the waste due to attempted competition, ..."
2. Speeches, Debates, Resolutions, List of the Delegates, Committees, Etc by Franklin Harvey Head, Civic Federation of Chicago (1894-1932), Civic federation of Chicago (1900)
"Others, who believe that in these combinations an element of monopoly is found, think that an attempt to pay dividends on a large capitalization does ..."
3. Financing an Enterprise by Hugh Ronald Conyngton (1921)
"It is not so hard to convince them that a large capitalization is a just measure of the invested capital. So long as this is the case and the heavy excess ..."
4. The Trust Problem by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, Walter Ernest Clark (1917)
"But, whatever the reasons, because the stocks will sell for more usually, a large capitalization is often desired, even by conservative business men. ..."
5. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd (2006)
"... capitalization of interest qv large capitalization и« large cap grosse capitalisation [FIN] long term debt/capitalization ratio endettement à long term ..."
6. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1903)
"Indeed the only possible influence of a large capitalization upon the prices of the product of the over-capitalized corporation would be in some cases to ..."