You can find a company's total valuation, or market capitalization, by multiplying its stock price by its number of outstanding shares. For example, if a company's share price is $100 and it has 1 million outstanding shares, its market cap is $100 million. A small-cap company has a market cap of between $300 million and $2 billion, a mid-cap's is $2 billion to $10 billion, and a large-cap's is more than $10 billion.
Last week was eventful for the global market as it kicked off with Cyber Monday. Plus, chances of smaller Fed rate hikes in December and upbeat U.S. jobs data led to the upside in Wall Street.
Last week was marked with record Cyber Monday online shopping, Fed cues of slower rate hike and upbeat U.S. jobs data.