Sears Holdings CorpSHLD:NSQ

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Income statement in USD

Year on year Sears Holdings Corp's revenues fell 9.20% from 39.85bn to 36.19bn. This along with an increase in the cost of goods sold expense has contributed to a reduction in net income from a loss of 930.00m to a larger loss of 1.31bn. View full income statement

Gross margin23.02%
Net profit margin-4.95%
Operating margin-4.37%
Return on assets-9.63%
Return on equity-130.01%
Return on investment-19.43%

Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items dropped 40.38%.

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EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago

Cash flow in USD

In 2014, Sears Holdings Corp increased its cash reserves by 68.80%, or 419.00m. Cash Flow from Financing totalled 902.00m or 2.49% of revenues. In addition the company used 1.11bn for operations while cash from investing totalled 664.00m. View full cash flow statement

Cash flow per share-9.9741
Price/Cash flow per share--
Book value per share4.83
Tangible book value per share-19.4245

Balance sheet in USD

Sears Holdings Corp has a Debt to Total Capital ratio of 82.41%, a higher figure than the previous year's 80.97%. View full balance sheet

Current ratio0.9974
Quick ratio0.2169
Total debt/total equity8.41
Total debt/total capital0.824
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