Google IncGOOG:NSQ

523.40
1.56 / 0.30%
1.24m
9.87 %
1.04
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Income statement in USD

Year on year Google Inc grew revenues 18.88% from 55.52bn to 66.00bn while net income improved 11.80% from 12.92bn to 14.44bn. View full income statement

REVENUE
Gross margin62.10%
Net profit margin20.44%
Operating margin24.81%
NET INCOME
Return on assets11.09%
Return on equity13.85%
Return on investment12.64%

Growth rates in USD

EARNINGS PER SHARE
EPS growth(5 years)14.71
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
1.85

Cash flow in USD

In 2014, Google Inc did not generate a significant amount of cash. However, the company earned 22.38bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 33.90%. In addition the company used 21.06bn on investing activities and also paid 1.44bn in financing cash flows. View full cash flow statement

CASH FLOW
Cash flow per share26.97
Price/Cash flow per share19.71
CASH
Book value per share158.72
Tangible book value per share129.52

Balance sheet in USD

Google Inc uses little debt in its capital structure as supported by a debt to capital ratio of 4.61%. View full balance sheet

TOTAL ASSETS
Current ratio5.60
Quick ratio--
TOTAL DEBT
Total debt/total equity0.0483
Total debt/total capital0.046
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