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Income statement in USD

Year on year News Corp had net income fall from a gain of 239.00m to a loss of 147.00m despite flat revenues. A contributing factor has been an increase in the selling, general and administrative costs as a percentage of sales from 31.08% to 31.92%. View full income statement

Gross margin--
Net profit margin-0.27 %
Operating margin-0.20 %
Return on assets-0.15 %
Return on equity-0.70 %
Return on investment-0.18 %

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items dropped 162.73 %.

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

Cash flow in USD

In 2015, cash reserves at News Corp fell by 1.19bn. However, the company earned 831.00m from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 9.63%. In addition the company used 1.74bn on investing activities and also paid 190.00m in financing cash flows. View full cash flow statement

Cash flow per share0.8495
Price/Cash flow per share16.78
Book value per share20.01
Tangible book value per share11.15

Balance sheet in USD

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

Current ratio1.80
Quick ratio1.66
Total debt/total equity0.00
Total debt/total capital0.00
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