large cap

A company having a large market capitalization.

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  • large-cap — A stock with a high level of capitalization, usually at least $5 billion market value. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * large cap ˈlarge cap noun [countable] FINANCE a share in a company with a large amount of share capital compare …   Financial and business terms

  • large cap — noun a corporation with a large capitalization he works for a large cap • Hypernyms: ↑corporation, ↑corp …   Useful english dictionary

  • large-cap — adjective of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more • Syn: ↑large capitalization, ↑large capitalisation • Pertains to noun: ↑market capitalization, ↑market capitalisation (for: ↑large …   Useful english dictionary

  • large cap — /ladʒ ˈkæp/ (say lahj kap) noun → big cap …   Australian English dictionary

  • large-cap — /lahrj kap /, adj. designating a company, or a mutual fund that invests in companies, with a market capitalization of $5 billion or more. * * * …   Universalium

  • large-cap share — ➔ Share …   Financial and business terms

  • large-cap stock — ➔ stock1 …   Financial and business terms

  • Large Cap - Big Cap — A term used by the investment community to refer to companies with a market capitalization value of more than $10 billion. Large cap is an abbreviation of the term large market capitalization . Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying… …   Investment dictionary

  • Dow Jones Wilshire Large-Cap Index — A market capitalization weighted index maintained by Dow Jones Indexes that is the large cap subset of the Dow Jones Wilshire 5000 Composite Index. The Dow Jones Wilshire Large Cap Index contains the top 750 companies as measured by market… …   Investment dictionary

  • cap — An upper limit for a variable, such as the upper limit on the interest rate paid or received in a transaction. For example, an adjustable rate mortgage may have a cap of 10 percent. In this case, the rate can adjust however the loan terms provide …   Financial and business terms

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