Facebook IncFB:NSQ

0.335 / 0.43%
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Income statement in USD

Year on year Facebook Inc grew revenues 54.69% from 5.09bn to 7.87bn while net income improved 2,730.19% from 53.00m to 1.50bn. View full income statement

Gross margin82.21%
Net profit margin24.66%
Operating margin44.59%
Return on assets14.12%
Return on equity16.04%
Return on investment14.97%

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items increased 3,934.87%.

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EPS (TTM) vs
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Cash flow in USD

In 2013, Facebook Inc increased its cash reserves by 39.39%, or 939.00m. The company earned 4.22bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 53.63%. In addition the company used 2.62bn on investing activities and also paid 667.00m in financing cash flows. View full cash flow statement

Cash flow per share1.48
Price/Cash flow per share56.42
Book value per share8.14
Tangible book value per share6.64

Balance sheet in USD

Facebook Inc uses little debt in its capital structure as supported by a debt to capital ratio of 1.29%. View full balance sheet

Current ratio13.06
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity0.0131
Total debt/total capital0.0129
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