Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to buy companies that are listed on the Nigerian stock market? Well, you can find out for yourself and also determine how much you would need to save to reach that simple goal-enterprise value
A company’s enterprise value gives an accurate reflection of its total value. It takes into consideration items like:
Equity value (how much belongs to all the shareholders of the company?)
Debt value (how much belongs to all the creditors and lenders of the company?)
Cash (money in the bank) and short-term investments of the company
Minority interest (how much of the company belongs to non-controlling interests?) etc.
In this post, we present a list of Nigerian listed companies sorted by their enterprise values in descending order. Please see the full list of Nigerian stocks with their enterprise value:
MARKET CAP (Million)
ENTERPRISE VALUE (Million)
EARNINGS PER SHARE (EPS)
PRICE TO EARNINGS
PRICE TO BOOK
You need to be aware that a key factor in calculating enterprise value is the stock price of the company. The stock price changes frequently, and so does the enterprise value. If you would like to stay up-to-date with the enterprise value figures, you can head over to the screener at the Investor Hangout data-hub and filter out companies by enterprise value.
Taiwo Megbope is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer at Investor Hangout.
He is tasked with ensuring and managing the growth of the Investor Hangout project. His responsibilities include creating and implementing the project's vision as well as executing growth-generating strategies.
Taiwo is an avid researcher and autodidact. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends.