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Financial paperwork. Graph showing the rising Net Asset Value (NAV) of an investment company. The NAV illustrates the amount one shareholder would receive for each share owned if the company sold all its assets (such as stocks and bonds) at their current market value, paid off any outstanding debts with the proceeds, and then distributed the remainder to the shareholders.
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