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In the context of finance, revaluation refers to the process of assessing the current value of an asset or liability. This is typically done by adjusting the value of the asset or liability on a balance sheet to reflect current market conditions or other changes that may have occurred. Revaluation can be used to account for changes in currency exchange rates, inflation, changes in market conditions, or changes in the value of the asset or liability itself. Revaluation can have significant impacts on financial statements and can affect a company’s reported profits or losses, as well as its overall financial health.

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