Accounting Dictionary - Letter Q

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Q ratio
(also called Tobin's Q) is the market value of a firm divided by the replacement cost of its assets. Q ratio can be approximated by the market-to-book ratio. Q ratio can be used to help evaluate investment decisions.
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