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hear.com N.V.
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hear.com N.V. (HCG) Financials

The financials of hear.com N.V. (HCG) provide valuable insights into the company's performance. The income statement reveals the company's revenue and expenses over a specific period. It shows how much money hear.com N.V. generated and how much it spent to operate. Additionally, it gives us a glimpse into the company's profitability, as the net income from stockholders represents the final profit or loss after deducting all expenses and taxes. Furthermore, the gross profit helps us understand the company's sales performance by indicating the amount of money left after subtracting the cost of goods sold. EBIT and EBITDA provide a measure of the company's operating earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. These metrics showcase the company's ability to generate profits from core operations without accounting for non-operational factors. On the balance sheet, we can analyze the company's overall financial position. Total assets and total liabilities display the company's investments and obligations. Stockholders' equity indicates the portion of the company's assets that belong to the owners. Moreover, cash equivalents reflect hear.com N.V.'s highly liquid assets that can be readily converted into cash. Net debt provides a glimpse into the company's indebtedness, while total debt includes all liabilities, both short-term and long-term. The cash flow statement shows the sources and uses of cash for the company. Operating cash flow reveals the cash generated or used from normal operations, while financing cash flow displays cash flows from debt and equity financing activities. Investing cash flow highlights the company's investments in assets, and free cash flow represents the cash available after all operating, investing, and financing activities have been accounted for.

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