adjusted book value

noun

  • Business (Corporate) Law/Company Law

Definitions of adjusted book value

  • the value of assets on a firm’s balance sheet after the value of assets and liabilities is increased or decreased according to their market value.

    MBIA (MBI) reversed to a profit in its second quarter, and its adjusted book value per share also improved.

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