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Income Statement & Growth

by Patrick Fonce, 3020 days ago
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Each quarter, companies are required to report a financial statement, called Income statement. This report shows the company's revenue, expenses, costs and income for a specific period.
Income statement is also referred to as earnings statement, operating statements or profit and loss statement - P&L.

Unlike balance sheet (Balance Sheet Data) which represents a single moment in time, the income statement represents a period of time.

This object downloads the last income statement and growth numbers for stocks listed on US markets. It downloads 10 items/numbers and saves the data in a database named "income_statement". This database contains the following fields:

Annual Sales: This field gets the last four quarters sales - in millions of dollars - generated by the company

COGS (mil): This is the cost of goods sold or the direct costs that could be attributed to the production of goods sold by the company

EBITDA: This field refers to Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. There are many disagreements about the usefulness of this metric. Those that are against the EBITDA argue that depreciation and amortization are important and they should not be ignored.

EBIT: This is the acronym for Earnings before interest and taxes. It is a measure of the profitability of a firm.

Pretax Income: It represents the income in millions of dollars of the company before taxes, extraordinary items and discontinued operations.

Net Income: Net income of the company in millions of dollars.

Cash Flow: This field contains the operating cash flow in millions of dollars before non-recurring extraordinary items and discontinued operations.

Net Income Growth F0/F-1: Growth rate of annual income

12 Month Net Income Current/Last %: The 12-month net income of the current quarter divided by the 12-month net income 4 quarters ago minus one and multiplied by 100.

12 Month Net Income Current-1Q/Last-1Q %: The 12-month net income of the last quarter divided by the 12-month net income 5 quarters ago minus one and multiplied by 100.

Here some other trading objects to get more fundamental data/ratios for US stocks: Balance Sheet Data, Margins and Turnover, Coverage and Liquidity ratios, Dividend per share, Dividend Yield and Historical Dividend Growth.


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Object ID: 475


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Market: Stock Market

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