Nintendo Co Ltd7974:TYO

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640.00 / 4.63%
660.60k
31.04 %
0.8469
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Income statement in JPY

Year on year Nintendo Co Ltd's revenues fell 8.24 % from 549.8bn to 504.5bn. This along with an increase in selling, general and administrative costs has contributed to a reduction in net income from 41.8bn to 16.5bn, a 60.56 % decrease. View full income statement

REVENUE
Gross margin43.80%
Net profit margin3.27%
Operating margin6.29%
NET INCOME
Return on assets1.25%
Return on equity1.42%
Return on investment1.37%

Growth rates in JPY

Year on year, both dividends per share and earnings per share excluding extraordinary items growth dropped 16.67 % and 61.13 %, respectively. Additionally when measured on a five year annualized basis, dividend per share growth is below the industry average relative to its peers, while earnings per share growth is in-line with the industry average.

DIVIDEND PER SHARE
Div yield(5 year avg)0.91%
Div growth rate (5 year)-19.73 %
Payout ratio (TTM)21.83%
EARNINGS PER SHARE
EPS growth(5 years)-25.7047
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
-61.1293

Cash flow in JPY

In 2016, cash reserves at Nintendo Co Ltd fell by 23.4bn. However, the company earned 55.2bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 10.94%. In addition the company used 71.7bn on investing activities and also paid 3.0bn in financing cash flows. View full cash flow statement

CASH FLOW
Cash flow per share213.59
Price/Cash flow per share76.39
CASH
Book value per share9,662.73
Tangible book value per share9,579.68

Balance sheet in JPY

Nintendo Co Ltd appears to have little financial risk as the company holds a substantial amount of cash on its books with little or no debt. View full balance sheet

TOTAL ASSETS
Current ratio10.37
Quick ratio9.96
TOTAL DEBT
Total debt/total equity--
Total debt/total capital--
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