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Year on year Standard Chartered PLC had revenues fall -5.84% from 21.17bn to 19.94bn, though the company grew net income from a loss of 2.19bn to a smaller loss of 247.00m.
Gross margin--
Net profit margin-1.27%
Operating margin2.72%
Return on assets-0.03%
Return on equity-0.99%
Return on investment--
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In 2016, Standard Chartered PLC increased its cash reserves by 9.67%, or 8.55bn. The company earned 8.43bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 42.30%. In addition the company generated 3.81bn cash from investing, though they paid out 2.14bn more in financing than they received.
Cash flow per share0.0727
Price/Cash flow per share111.50
Book value per share11.35
Tangible book value per share10.24
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Balance sheet in USDView more

Standard Chartered PLC uses little or no debt in its capital structure.
Current ratio--
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity1.60
Total debt/total capital--
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Growth rates in USD

Year on year, growth in dividends per share fell -100.00% while earnings per share excluding extraordinary items rose 83.39%.
Div yield(5 year avg)0.05%
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Payout ratio (TTM)--
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