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Year on year Facebook Inc grew revenues 54.16% from 17.93bn to 27.64bn while net income improved 177.03% from 3.69bn to 10.22bn.
Gross margin86.29%
Net profit margin36.97%
Operating margin44.97%
Return on assets17.87%
Return on equity19.70%
Return on investment18.65%
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Cash flow in USDView more

In 2016, Facebook Inc increased its cash reserves by 81.43%, or 4.00bn. The company earned 16.11bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 58.28%. In addition the company used 11.74bn on investing activities and also paid 310.00m in financing cash flows.
Cash flow per share4.29
Price/Cash flow per share34.57
Book value per share20.47
Tangible book value per share13.33
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Balance sheet in USDView more

Facebook Inc has little financial risk as the capital structure does not rely on leverage.
Current ratio11.97
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity0.00
Total debt/total capital0.00
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Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items increased 170.22%. Additionally, five year annualized earnings per share growth ranks highest in its industry.
EPS growth(5 years)62.06
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
169.31
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