Enterprise Value Chart

Historical Enterprise Value Data

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Date Value
May 19, 2022 67.11B
May 18, 2022 66.67B
May 17, 2022 68.91B
May 16, 2022 67.90B
May 13, 2022 68.44B
May 12, 2022 66.89B
May 11, 2022 66.36B
May 10, 2022 67.43B
May 09, 2022 67.72B
May 06, 2022 69.30B
May 05, 2022 70.31B
May 04, 2022 74.91B
May 03, 2022 77.49B
May 02, 2022 76.93B
April 29, 2022 78.31B
April 28, 2022 80.24B
April 27, 2022 78.81B
April 26, 2022 77.49B
April 25, 2022 78.90B
April 22, 2022 79.12B
April 21, 2022 81.05B
April 20, 2022 82.81B
April 19, 2022 82.29B
April 18, 2022 82.12B
April 14, 2022 83.19B
Date Value
April 13, 2022 83.91B
April 12, 2022 83.36B
April 11, 2022 85.18B
April 08, 2022 86.18B
April 07, 2022 86.18B
April 06, 2022 85.76B
April 05, 2022 86.54B
April 04, 2022 86.59B
April 01, 2022 87.76B
March 31, 2022 87.43B
March 30, 2022 88.64B
March 29, 2022 87.69B
March 28, 2022 89.11B
March 25, 2022 89.15B
March 24, 2022 89.06B
March 23, 2022 88.95B
March 22, 2022 89.79B
March 21, 2022 89.55B
March 18, 2022 90.07B
March 17, 2022 88.22B
March 16, 2022 87.11B
March 15, 2022 86.35B
March 14, 2022 84.27B
March 11, 2022 84.35B
March 10, 2022 86.14B

Enterprise Value Definition

EV is considered the theoretical purchase ("takeover") price of a business because a purchaser would take on the company's debt, while pocketing the company's cash and gaining a right to all of the company's future earnings.

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Enterprise Value Range, Past 5 Years

41.14B
Minimum
May 22 2017
91.93B
Maximum
Nov 02 2021
61.76B
Average
58.20B
Median

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