What is the Meaning & Market value definition

The market value is the amount that is assigned to a good or product specific meaning that that sum of money a seller could get for the same standard of a stock market conditions.
In economics, the economic or financial value of a product, good or service is determined according to different theories and different indicators. Among these, the market value is the net amount that a seller could receive for the sale of a good piece of furniture or building (or other) in normal economic transaction in the market. That is, assuming that marketing leads, there is a buyer with economic potential and both act freely and without self-interest.
As we said, for economic theory the value of a property can be, as Marxist, understands this theory the necessary amount for the production with a value in use at a given level of technological development. The price is derived from the value, and then there are always fluctuations on it. Theories necoclasicas, on the other hand, understand the value as a subjective indicator that has more to do with the valuation of the consuming public by the good. I.e., the market value of an asset should not save necessary relationship with the cost of production, that is freely determined by the economic fluctuation and the degree of interest of the buyer.
Either way, the market value is usually a fluctuating value, insofar as it depends on several variables which are in constant alteration. Among them, it is interdependent with the becoming of an economy in particular, for example, the values of existing inflation and devaluation. At any given time, in addition, an object either can have more value than others (for example, precious stones), while with the evolution and progress of the world's economies this can lose its exchange value in market.
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