Abercrombie & Fitch CoANF:NYQ

0.91 / 3.82%
36.37 %
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Income statement in USD

Year on year Abercrombie & Fitch Co's revenues fell 8.73 % from 4.51bn to 4.12bn. This along with an increase in selling, general and administrative costs has contributed to a reduction in net income from 237.01m to 54.63m, a 76.95 % decrease. View full income statement

Gross margin61.14%
Net profit margin1.87%
Operating margin3.37%
Return on assets2.71%
Return on equity4.79%
Return on investment3.41%

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in dividends per share increased 14.29% while earnings per share excluding extraordinary items fell by 75.63 %. The positive trend in dividend payments is noteworthy since only some companies in the Retail (Apparel) industry pay a dividend. Additionally when measured on a five year annualized basis, dividend per share growth is in-line with the industry average relative to its peers, while earnings per share growth is below the industry average.

Div yield(5 year avg)1.76%
Div growth rate (5 year)2.71%
Payout ratio (TTM)79.98%
EPS growth(5 years)-27.4346
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago

Cash flow in USD

In 2014, cash reserves at Abercrombie & Fitch Co fell by 43.39m. However, the company earned 175.49m from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 4.26%. In addition the company used 173.86m on investing activities and also paid 40.83m in financing cash flows. View full cash flow statement

Cash flow per share4.00
Price/Cash flow per share5.66
Book value per share20.13
Tangible book value per share20.13

Balance sheet in USD

Abercrombie & Fitch Co has a Debt to Total Capital ratio of 20.03%, a higher figure than the previous year's 11.07%. View full balance sheet

Current ratio2.22
Quick ratio1.02
Total debt/total equity0.2504
Total debt/total capital0.2003
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