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Income Statement (BOWL)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
gross Profit$111.77M$90.58M$44.48M$57.24M$126.42M
NET Income$23.84M-$63.46M$18.21M$146.22M-$32.07M
total Revenue$337.67M$305.67M$227.40M$239.42M$315.72M

Balance Sheet (BOWL)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt$2.20B$2.20B$2.49B$2.06B$1.14B
stockholders Equity$57.77M$39.35M$186.10M$299.55M$294.81M
total Assets$3.23B$3.19B$2.98B$2.84B$2.01B
total Debt$2.41B$2.39B$2.53B$2.25B$1.29B
total Liabilities$3.17B$3.15B$2.80B$2.54B$1.71B

Cash Flow (BOWL)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow-$15.45M$164.64M$5.09M$90.99M$2.83M
free Cash Flow$43.42M-$7.94M-$34.70M-$28.48M$58.99M
investing Cash Flow---$176.57M-$65.26M-$24.94M
operating Cash Flow$76.89M$55.11M$16.08M$8.98M$92.92M

Bowlero (BOWL) Financials

Isos Acquisition Corporation (BOWL) is a publicly-traded company that operates in the financial services industry. As such, it is required to disclose its financial information to the public. This information is important for investors and other stakeholders to evaluate the company's performance and make informed decisions. The income statement is one of the key financial statements that provides an overview of a company's revenues, expenses, and profitability. It shows the company's net income from stockholders, which represents the profit after all expenses and taxes are deducted. The statement also includes the gross profit, which is the revenue minus the cost of goods sold. Another important financial metric is EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes), which shows the company's profitability before interest and tax expenses. EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) is a similar metric that adds back depreciation and amortization expenses to EBIT. Both EBIT and EBITDA are used to assess a company's operating performance and profitability. The total revenue is the sum of all the revenues generated by the company during a specific period. It includes revenue from the sale of products or services as well as any other operating income. The balance sheet provides a snapshot of a company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity at a specific point in time. It shows the company's total assets, which include both current and non-current assets. It also shows the total liabilities, which include both current and long-term liabilities. The stockholders' equity represents the residual interest in the assets of the company after deducting its liabilities. Cash equivalents are highly liquid assets that can be converted into cash quickly. They include treasury bills, short-term government bonds, and highly-rated commercial paper. Net debt is the difference between a company's total debt and its cash and cash equivalents. It represents the company's debt from an investor's perspective, taking into account the cash it has available to repay the debt. Free cash flow is a measure of a company's ability to generate cash from its operations. It is calculated by subtracting capital expenditures from the operating cash flow. Investing cash flow shows the cash inflows and outflows related to investments in assets and other long-term investments. Financing cash flow shows the cash inflows and outflows related to equity and debt financing activities. Operating cash flow shows the cash generated from the company's core business operations.

Isos Acquisition Corporation (BOWL) provides a comprehensive set of financials to its investors and stakeholders. The company's income statement reveals its financial performance by reporting figures such as total revenue, gross profit, net income from stockholders, EBIT, and EBITDA. These metrics allow investors to assess the company's profitability and operating performance. The gross profit is calculated by subtracting the cost of goods sold from the total revenue. It represents the amount of revenue the company retains after accounting for the direct costs of producing its goods or services. Net income from stockholders is the company's profit after subtracting all expenses, including taxes and interest, and allocating it to its stockholders. EBIT measures the company's profitability before deducting interest and taxes. EBITDA goes a step further by adding back depreciation and amortization expenses to EBIT. These metrics provide a clearer picture of the company's operating performance by excluding non-operational expenses. The balance sheet is another vital financial statement that presents the company's financial position at a specific point in time. It lists the company's total assets, including cash equivalents, and total liabilities. Stockholders' equity reflects the company's net worth and is derived by subtracting total liabilities from total assets. Cash equivalents include highly liquid assets that can be readily converted into cash. Net debt indicates the company's overall debt position by subtracting cash and cash equivalents from total debt. It provides insights into the company's financial health and ability to manage its debt obligations. Total debt and total liabilities represent all the outstanding obligations the company has incurred. The company's cash flow statement provides a detailed analysis of its cash inflows and outflows. Financing cash flow shows the cash received or paid for equity and debt financing activities. Investing cash flow reflects the cash flows from acquisitions, capital expenditures, and other investment activities. Operating cash flow highlights the cash generated from the company's core operations. Understanding these financial metrics is crucial for investors and stakeholders in assessing Isos Acquisition Corporation's financial health and performance.

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