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BlackRock Capital Allocation Trust



Income Statement (BCAT)


Balance Sheet (BCAT)

itemDec 2023Jun 2023Dec 2022Jun 2022Dec 2021
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt-$6.92M-$3.82M-$2.29M$101.93M$690.55M
stockholders Equity$1.85B$1.87B$1.82B$1.90B-
total Assets$2.04B$2.08B$2.25B$2.05B$767.26M
total Debt-$26.39K$1.80M$102.09M$690.55M
total Liabilities$175.16M$209.50M$431.98M$147.89M$767.26M

Cash Flow (BCAT)


BlackRock Capital Allocation Trust (BCAT) Financials

The income statement of BlackRock Capital Allocation Trust (BCAT) provides a comprehensive overview of its financial performance. It includes various key metrics such as gross profit, EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes), EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization), and net income from stockholders. These figures reflect the company's profitability, revenue generation, and operational efficiency. BCAT's income statement reveals its total revenue, which represents the sum of all income streams and is a crucial indicator of its financial health.

The balance sheet of BCAT outlines its financial position, including its assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Total assets represent the value of all resources owned by the company, while total liabilities reflect its obligations and debts. Stockholders' equity indicates the net worth of the company as it represents the residual interest in the assets after deducting liabilities. BCAT's balance sheet also includes details of its cash equivalents, which are highly liquid and short-term investments that can be readily converted into cash. Furthermore, it provides information about the company's net debt, which represents its total debt minus its cash and cash equivalents.

The cash flow statement of BCAT reveals the sources and uses of its cash during a specific period. It consists of three main sections: operating cash flow, investing cash flow, and financing cash flow. Operating cash flow highlights the cash generated or used by the company's core operations, providing insights into its operational efficiency and liquidity. Investing cash flow reflects BCAT's cash flows related to investments in capital assets, acquisitions, or divestments. Finally, financing cash flow represents the cash flows resulting from activities such as issuance or repayment of debt, issuance or repurchase of equity, or payment of dividends. These cash flow figures are essential in analyzing BCAT's ability to generate cash and meet its financial obligations.

In summary, the financials of BlackRock Capital Allocation Trust (BCAT) provide a comprehensive view of its financial performance, position, and cash flows. These key metrics, including income statement figures such as gross profit, EBIT, EBITDA, and net income from stockholders, as well as balance sheet details like cash equivalents, net debt, and stockholders' equity, offer valuable insights into the company's profitability, operational efficiency, liquidity, and financial health.

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