Aspects of the Future in Accounting: The Use of Market Prices and “Fair Values” in Financial Reports
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1 The transaction price for assets or securities in which no ready market exists. The assumption is that both parties know the value of what is bought and sold (cf. arm's length transaction; open-market value).
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