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Comstock Resources
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Income Statement (CRK)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
gross Profit-$3.67M$52.67M$56.85M-$6.38M$158.99M
NET Income-$16.32M$108.37M$14.72M-$45.70M$134.50M
total Revenue$335.77M$406.47M$376.73M$288.21M$489.57M

Balance Sheet (CRK)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents--$19.83M$9.91M$33.67M
net Debt$2.79B$2.69B$2.63B$2.35B$2.20B
stockholders Equity$2.44B$2.35B$2.28B$2.30B$2.38B
total Assets$6.31B$6.46B$6.03B$5.83B$5.70B
total Debt$2.80B$2.71B$2.65B$2.36B$2.23B
total Liabilities$3.83B$4.08B$3.74B$3.53B$3.32B

Cash Flow (CRK)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow$160.45M$124.19M$290.19M-$16.58M-$34.83M
free Cash Flow-$179.93M-$107.94M-$274.31M-$41.39M$15.41M
investing Cash Flow---$1.06B-$338.68M-$372.50M
operating Cash Flow$171.53M$228.20M$70.76M$331.51M$386.36M

Comstock Resources (CRK) Financials

The income statement of Comstock Resources Inc (CRK) provides valuable financial information about the company's performance. It shows the revenues, expenses, and net income generated during a specific period. For example, the gross profit represents the total revenue minus the cost of goods sold. This figure indicates the company's profitability and ability to manage production costs efficiently. Another important metric is the net income from stockholders, which reflects the profits available to shareholders after deducting expenses and taxes.

EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) and EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) are widely used financial measures to evaluate a company's profitability. These metrics exclude non-operating expenses, such as interest and taxes, to focus solely on the core operating performance. EBITDA provides a more comprehensive view by additionally excluding depreciation and amortization expenses. Comstock Resources Inc's EBIT and EBITDA figures are key indicators of its operational efficiency and cash generation capabilities.

The balance sheet of Comstock Resources Inc summarizes its financial position at a specific point in time. It presents assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Total assets represent the company's resources, including cash, investments, and property. On the other hand, total liabilities encompass debts and obligations owed. The difference between total assets and total liabilities is stockholders' equity, which represents the net worth of the company. Comstock Resources Inc's stockholders' equity is a critical measure of its financial strength.

Cash equivalents are highly liquid assets that can be readily converted into cash. These include short-term investments and highly liquid securities. Comstock Resources Inc's cash equivalents contribute to the company's liquidity, providing flexibility to meet immediate financial obligations or capitalize on opportunities. Net debt is calculated by subtracting cash and cash equivalents from total debt. It indicates the company's debt burden and its ability to repay its obligations.

Comstock Resources Inc's total revenue represents the sum of all revenues generated during a specific period, such as sales of goods or services. This figure reflects the company's ability to generate income from its core operations. Conversely, total debt represents all outstanding debt obligations of Comstock Resources Inc, including short-term and long-term borrowings. It gauges the company's leverage and financial risk.

Total liabilities represent Comstock Resources Inc's obligations and debts, including both current and long-term liabilities. Examples include accounts payables, accrued expenses, long-term debt, and lease obligations. This metric is essential for analyzing the company's solvency and ability to meet its financial responsibilities. Cash flow measures the inflow and outflow of cash during a specified period. It provides insights into how efficiently Comstock Resources Inc manages its cash and generates cash from its operations.

Financing cash flow represents the cash generated or utilized from financing activities such as issuing or repurchasing stock, paying dividends, or borrowing and repaying loans. It demonstrates how Comstock Resources Inc finances its operations and investments. Investing cash flow reflects the cash inflows and outflows related to the purchase or sale of assets, including property, equipment, and investments. It reveals the company's investment activities and its ability to generate returns on investments.

Operating cash flow assesses the cash generated by Comstock Resources Inc's core business operations. It provides insights into the company's ability to generate cash from its day-to-day activities. Finally, free cash flow represents the excess cash generated by the company after deducting capital expenditures required to maintain or expand its asset base. This metric is crucial for evaluating Comstock Resources Inc's financial flexibility and its capacity to invest in growth opportunities.

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