Market capitalisation of a company no...

Market capitalisation of a company not yet listed

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Prague, Czech Republic

#1 Sep 11, 2012

I was wondering how a company's market capitalisation(=company's shares outstanding multiplied by the current market price) can be determind if these shares are not yet publicly traded and thus do not have a market price? I am asking since this seems to be a prerequisite for admission to some EU markets. Thank you

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