Charts for: – sales, costs, margins, earnings – current assets, long-term assets, liabilities, debt, equity – cash flows from operations,…
Procter and Gamble‘s financial statements charts, for quarter ended December 2013. As reported on January 2014.
Procter and Gamble (PG): Slow growth in sales, but improved operational efficiency.
Earnings are better YoY, and long term debt is declining.
Cash flow from operating activities declined on seasonal reasons.
PG Q4 2013: Constant as ever. Flat sales, flat gross margin.
Earnings down but cash flow from operations up YoY.
CAPEX increased, dividend up, stock buyback continues.
Procter and Gamble Q3 2013: sales, margins and profits grinding up, low single-digit percentages. Stable operating cash flow, used mostly to pay down the debt. Dividend up.
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