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Inc stmt in USDIncome statement in USDView more

Year on year eBay Inc grew revenues 4.50% from 8.59bn to 8.98bn while net income improved 321.22% from 1.73bn to 7.27bn.
Gross margin77.43%
Net profit margin86.52%
Operating margin24.91%
Return on assets35.29%
Return on equity87.52%
Return on investment41.39%
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Cash flow in USDView more

In 2016, eBay Inc did not generate a significant amount of cash. However, the company earned 2.83bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 31.47%. In addition the company used 2.01bn on investing activities and also paid 744.00m in financing cash flows.
Cash flow per share7.56
Price/Cash flow per share4.20
Book value per share10.76
Tangible book value per share6.36
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Balance sheet in USDView more

eBay Inc has a Debt to Total Capital ratio of 43.61%, a lower figure than the previous year's 142.95%.
Current ratio1.92
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity0.7733
Total debt/total capital0.4361
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Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items increased 299.02%. Additionally, five year annualized earnings per share growth is in-line with the industry average relative to its peers.
EPS growth(5 years)20.96
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
326.56
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