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DXP Enterprises Inc-TX
DXPE78
$51.23arrow_drop_down2.81%-$1.48
Asset logo for symbol DXPE
DXPE78

$51.23

arrow_drop_down2.81%

Income Statement (DXPE)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
EBIT$29.97M$30.58M$28.04M$30.25M$14.94M
EBITDA$37.51M$35.77M$34.62M$37.72M$23.96M
gross Profit$123.88M$122.83M$125.56M$131.85M$111.25M
NET Income$11.33M$16.00M$16.17M$19.05M$7.15M
total Revenue$412.63M$407.04M$419.24M$428.04M$424.26M

Balance Sheet (DXPE)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt$440.63M$414.66M$434.78M$452.24M$425.82M
stockholders Equity$375.46M$380.87M$363.57M$369.46M$365.39M
total Assets$1.18B$1.17B$1.04B$1.03B$1.03B
total Debt$580.42M$587.87M$461.96M$467.77M$471.84M
total Liabilities$808.69M$796.55M$681.52M$664.96M$671.88M

Cash Flow (DXPE)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow-$18.14M$110.32M-$26.57M-$29.81M$26.01M
free Cash Flow$24.09M$37.28M$38.27M-$4.24M$2.14M
investing Cash Flow----$10.30M-$1.49M
operating Cash Flow$26.98M$42.44M$39.75M-$2.43M$3.63M

DXP Enterprises Inc-TX (DXPE) Financials

DXP Enterprises Inc-TX (DXPE) is a company based in Texas that operates in the industrial distribution industry. The company provides a wide range of products and services to customers in various sectors including oil and gas, manufacturing, petrochemical, and mining. DXP Enterprises Inc-TX's financial performance is reflected in its income statement, which shows the company's revenues, expenses, and profits over a specific period. This statement provides important information about the company's profitability and financial health.
One of the key metrics analyzed from the income statement is EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes), which represents the company's operating profit before deducting interest and taxes. EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) is another important metric that further adjusts the operating profit by adding back non-cash expenses like depreciation and amortization. These metrics help investors and analysts assess the company's operating performance and profitability more accurately.
Gross profit is another crucial metric that reflects the difference between the company's total revenue and the cost of goods sold (COGS). It represents the amount of money left after accounting for the direct costs associated with producing and delivering the products or services. This metric provides insights into the company's ability to generate profits from its core operations.
Net income from stockholders represents the profit attributable to the company's shareholders after deducting all expenses and taxes. It is a key indicator of the company's profitability and its ability to generate returns for its investors. Total revenue is the overall income generated by the company from its operations and includes all sales and other revenues. This metric gives a comprehensive overview of the company's top-line performance.
Moving to the balance sheet, cash equivalents represent highly liquid assets that can be easily converted into cash. It typically includes short-term investments and treasury bills. Net debt is calculated by subtracting cash and cash equivalents from the total debt outstanding. It reflects the company's ability to meet its financial obligations considering the cash it holds.
Stockholders' equity represents the residual interest in the assets of the company after deducting liabilities. It indicates the shareholders' claim on the company's assets and is an important measure of the company's financial health. Total assets include all the resources owned by the company, including cash, inventory, property, and equipment. Total debt represents all the liabilities owed by the company, including both short-term and long-term obligations.
Total liabilities represent all the financial obligations that the company has, including both current and long-term liabilities. This metric gives insights into the company's financial leverage and its ability to meet its obligations. Moving to the cash flow statement, it provides information about the company's cash inflows and outflows from operating, investing, and financing activities. Operating cash flow reflects the cash generated from the company's core operations. Investing cash flow represents the cash used for acquiring and disposing of long-term assets.
Financing cash flow includes cash flows related to raising capital, paying dividends, and repaying debt. Free cash flow is a key metric that provides insights into the company's ability to generate cash after accounting for capital expenditures required for maintaining and expanding its operations. Finally, investing cash flow represents the cash used for acquiring and disposing of long-term assets. It gives insights into the company's investment activities and its growth strategy.
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