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The Coca-Cola Difference The Coca –Cola Difference By: Ernest Turman
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The Coca-Cola Difference The book value of equity for any company or business is calculated by subtracting a company’s liabilities from its assets. The book value of a company is the accounting value of a company which is subject to depreciation and does not account for profitability. With Coca- Cola’s case the book value for equity in the year 2015 was $44,294,000,000. The value was taken from the balance sheet on the K-10 submission form of Coca-Cola, which was submitted to the SEC or Security Exchange Commission and does not include equity attributed to non- controlling interest. The Market Value of Equity was calculated from Coca-Cola’s outstanding shares. It is $625,604,202,000. It was calculated by multiplying Coca-Cola’s outstanding shares of 4,357,000,000 x current price per share ($143.586), price as of 10/27/2016, 12:03pm. The market value is constantly changing based on the price per share value which changes based on company future expectations.
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