Definition of Par value:
Apparent worth or the nominal value shown on the principal (face or head) side of a bill of exchange, currency, security (stock/share, bond), or other type of financial instrument. The par value of a loan stock (bond, preferred stock/preference share) is the value at which it will be redeemed. Some jurisdictions allow shares to be issued with no par value (see no par value share). Par value is typically different from the market price. If the market price is higher than the par value, the difference is called a premium; if it is lower, the difference is called a discount. Also called face value, nominal value, or redemption value.
Synonyms of Par value
Account, Asking price, Bearish prices, Bid price, Book value, Bullish prices, Call price, Closing price, Conversion factor, Decline, Face, Face value, Fixed price, Flash price, Flurry, Flutter, High, Issue par, Issue price, Low, Market price, Market value, Net worth, Nominal value, Offering price, Opening price, Par, Parity, Pennyworth, Price, Put price, Quotation, Quoted price, Rally, Rate, Settling price, Stated value, Swings, Value, Value received, Worth
How to use Par value in a sentence?
- When a product has failed and you still have some supply left you should try to get as close to par value as you can.
- When you cash in your stocks tomorrow, the par value will be listed underneath �Market Value� on line 27 of your voucher.
- When trying to assess how much you can charge for something knowing the par value helps to determine the profits you can make.
Meaning of Par value & Par value Definition