News CorpNWSA:NSQ

16.35
0.45 / 2.68%
9.19m
1.81%
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Income statement in USD

Year on year News Corp's revenues fell 3.57% from 8.89bn to 8.57bn. has fallen 52.77% from 506.00m to 239.00m. View full income statement

REVENUE
Gross margin--
Net profit margin3.43%
Operating margin-4.63%
NET INCOME
Return on assets1.83%
Return on equity1.84%
Return on investment2.14%

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items dropped 53.01%.

EARNINGS PER SHARE
EPS growth(5 years)--
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
-55.3392

Cash flow in USD

In 2014, News Corp increased its cash reserves by 32.09%, or 764.00m. The company earned 854.00m from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 9.96%. In addition the company generated 189.00m cash from financing while 306.00m was spent on investing. View full cash flow statement

CASH FLOW
Cash flow per share1.50
Price/Cash flow per share10.83
CASH
Book value per share22.91
Tangible book value per share14.41

Balance sheet in USD

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

TOTAL ASSETS
Current ratio2.33
Quick ratio2.19
TOTAL DEBT
Total debt/total equity0.00
Total debt/total capital0.00
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