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Stock Valuation

Hello all,

At what price stock is valued if the material is maintained at X(Procurement type

) ie it is both valued both wise, at Moving average price and at Standard Price through std cost estimate..

Wht is the T Code for looking at the stock value..

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KM Naidu

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:50 AM

    Use T code MB5B, where in you can see the material Qty and value plant wise, comapany code wise,batch wise, valuation type wise, Storage Location wise etc.

    Suresh AK

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 02:49 PM

    How your inventory is valued is determined by the price control in Accounting 1. If that is "S" - standard cost, if "V" then moving average

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      Procurement types guide procurement and the creation of a standard cost estimate.

      If PrcTyp=E then MRP creates Planned PRODUCTION Orders and cost estimates require a BOM for costing.

      If PrcTyp=F then MRP creates Purchase requisitions and cost estimates follow purchase material costing rules - no BOM is used.

      If PrcTyp=X then MRP create a requirement, but "someone" but decide if it will become a production order or a purchase order and the Cost estimate will calculate using a BOM if exists or cost it purchase material costing rules if there is no BOM.

      None of this has anything to do with the price your stock will move at. The value of your stock movements is either moving average or standard price and that depends on the price control in Accounting 1.

      This is discussion is based on 10 years of product costing in a standard (no user exit) costing environment. If your system has customization, please explain your configuration so that your question can be answered.

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