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Income statement in USD

Year on year News Corp had relatively flat revenues (8.65bn to 8.89bn), though the company grew net income from a loss of 2.08bn to a gain of 506.00m. A reduction in the selling, general and administrative costs as a percentage of sales from 31.78% to 31.30% was a component in the net income growth despite flat revenues. View full income statement

Gross margin--
Net profit margin-9.81%
Operating margin-21.76%
Return on assets-5.06%
Return on equity-7.06%
Return on investment-6.00%

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items increased 124.26%.

EPS growth(5 years)--
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago

Cash flow in USD

In 2013, News Corp increased its cash reserves by 110.15%, or 1.25bn. Cash Flow from Financing totalled 2.49bn or 27.96% of revenues. In addition the company generated 501.00m in cash from operations while cash used for investing totalled 1.67bn. View full cash flow statement

Cash flow per share-0.4773
Price/Cash flow per share--
Book value per share22.54
Tangible book value per share14.12

Balance sheet in USD

News Corp uses little or no debt in its capital structure. View full balance sheet

Current ratio2.15
Quick ratio2.00
Total debt/total equity0.00
Total debt/total capital0.00
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