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Enterprise Financial Services
EFSC67
$52.98arrow_drop_down1.17%-$0.63
Asset logo for symbol EFSC
EFSC67

$52.98

arrow_drop_down1.17%

Income Statement (EFSC)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
EBIT-$3.86M$53.14M$54.36M$59.76M$100.76M
EBITDA-$1.56M$55.52M$57.05M$62.68M$86.11M
gross Profit$85.71M-$98.26M$12.08M$14.29M$124.99M
NET Income$40.40M$44.52M$44.66M$49.12M$55.73M
total Revenue$219.88M$25.45M$12.08M$138.00M$124.99M

Balance Sheet (EFSC)

itemJun 2024Mar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt-$176.69M$103.76M-$249.38M-$36.83M$177.06M
stockholders Equity$1.75B$1.74B$1.71B$1.61B$1.61B
total Assets$14.61B$14.61B$14.55B$14.02B$13.87B
total Debt-$476.37M$184.61M$338.21M$505.09M
total Liabilities-$12.88B$12.53B$338.21M$505.09M

Cash Flow (EFSC)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow$87.00M$372.42M$113.70M$492.23M$202.84M
free Cash Flow$27.15M$76.75M$48.87M$69.68M$68.49M
investing Cash Flow----$525.90M-$278.30M
operating Cash Flow$30.10M$81.11M$49.46M$70.61M$69.17M

Enterprise Financial Services (EFSC) Financials

Enterprise Financial Services Corp (EFSC) is a financial services company that provides a range of banking and financial products and services to individuals, businesses, and institutions. The company's income statement reflects its financial performance over a particular period. It includes key figures such as revenue, gross profit, and net income from stockholders. These figures indicate the company's ability to generate revenue, manage costs, and generate profits. EFSC's total revenue represents the total amount of money the company earns from its core operations. It is a significant metric that investors and analysts use to assess the company's financial health and growth prospects.
EBIT stands for earnings before interest and taxes. It is a measure of a company's operating performance, excluding the impact of interest and taxes. EFSC's EBIT reflects its ability to generate profits from its core operations, without considering the effects of interest and taxes. EBITDA, on the other hand, stands for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. It is a measure of a company's operating performance that takes into account non-cash expenses such as depreciation and amortization. Both EBIT and EBITDA provide insights into EFSC's profitability and operational efficiency. Gross profit is another important financial metric that measures the difference between revenue and the cost of goods sold. It reflects the profitability of EFSC's core operations.
Net income from stockholders is the amount of money that EFSC earns after deducting all expenses, including interest, taxes, and dividends paid to stockholders. It represents the company's profitability and the value that is available to be distributed to stockholders. The balance sheet provides a snapshot of EFSC's financial position at a specific point in time. It includes key figures such as total assets, total liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Total assets represent the company's resources, including cash, investments, and property. Total liabilities represent the company's obligations, including debt and other liabilities. Stockholders' equity reflects the value of the company's assets that belong to the stockholders. It is a measure of the company's net worth.
Cash equivalents are highly liquid assets that can be quickly converted into cash. They include short-term investments such as Treasury bills and money market instruments. EFSC's cash equivalents provide a measure of the company's liquidity and its ability to meet short-term obligations. Net debt is the total amount of debt that EFSC owes, minus its cash and cash equivalents. It represents the company's overall debt burden. Stockholders' equity, as mentioned earlier, represents the net worth of the company, which is calculated as the difference between assets and liabilities.
Cash flow is an important measure of EFSC's financial performance. It reflects the company's ability to generate cash from its operations, investments, and financing activities. Operating cash flow represents the cash generated from the company's core operations, while investing cash flow represents cash flows related to investments in assets and other financial instruments. Financing cash flow represents cash flows related to the company's financing activities, such as debt issuances or stock repurchases. Free cash flow is the cash flow that is available after deducting capital expenditures from operating cash flow. It represents the cash that EFSC has available for dividends, acquisitions, or other purposes.
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