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Hovnanian Enterprises
HOV55
$189.50arrow_drop_down3.69%-$7.28
Asset logo for symbol HOV
HOV55

$189.50

arrow_drop_down3.69%

Income Statement (HOV)

itemApr 2024Jan 2024Oct 2023Jul 2023Apr 2023
EBIT$67.19M$25.88M-$1.38B$86.67M$56.11M
EBITDA$69.21M$27.48M$153.93M$87.97M$60.62M
gross Profit$143.07M$112.51M$212.99M$136.04M$131.32M
NET Income$50.83M$23.90M$97.26M$55.76M$34.14M
total Revenue$708.38M$593.39M$887.03M$649.95M$703.66M

Balance Sheet (HOV)

itemApr 2024Jan 2024Oct 2023Jul 2023Apr 2023
cash Equivalents---$325.18M$333.25M
net Debt$828.17M$821.22M$708.91M$848.72M$944.96M
stockholders Equity$647.04M$607.08M$581.73M$482.47M$429.47M
total Assets$2.31B$2.34B$2.49B$2.39B$2.48B
total Debt$1.01B$1.05B$1.14B$1.17B$1.27B
total Liabilities$1.67B$1.73B$1.91B$1.91B$2.05B

Cash Flow (HOV)

itemApr 2024Jan 2024Oct 2023Jul 2023Apr 2023
financing Cash Flow-$63.22M-$146.27M-$33.71M-$171.00M-$8.60M
free Cash Flow$84.66M-$93.16M$138.05M$220.59M$92.78M
investing Cash Flow--$180.00K-$57.96M$2.82M
operating Cash Flow$89.10M-$87.72M$143.67M$225.63M$97.21M

Hovnanian Enterprises (HOV) Financials

Hovnanian Enterprises Inc (HOV) is a publicly-traded company in the United States that specializes in the construction and sale of residential homes. The company's income statement shows its financial performance over a specific period, typically a year. It provides information on the company's revenue, expenses, and net income. The income statement helps investors and analysts assess the profitability of the company and its ability to generate positive returns.
In the case of Hovnanian Enterprises Inc, its income statement reveals its total revenue, gross profit, EBIT (earnings before interest and taxes), EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization), and net income from stockholders. These figures reflect the company's financial health and its ability to generate profits from its operations. For instance, gross profit represents the amount left after deducting the cost of goods sold from total revenue. EBIT and EBITDA provide a deeper insight into the company's profitability by considering the impact of interest expenses and non-cash items like depreciation and amortization.
Apart from the income statement, Hovnanian Enterprises Inc's balance sheet is also crucial in evaluating its financial position. The balance sheet presents the company's total assets, total liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Total assets represent what the company owns, including cash, property, and equipment. On the other hand, total liabilities reflect the company's obligations, such as loans and accounts payable. Stockholders' equity is the residual interest after deducting liabilities from assets, representing the ownership interest of the company's shareholders.
In terms of liquidity, the company's balance sheet provides information on its cash equivalents. These are short-term investments that can be easily converted into cash without incurring a significant loss. Cash equivalents give an indication of the company's ability to meet its short-term obligations and fund its daily operations.
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc's balance sheet also reveals its net debt, which is the difference between its total debt and its cash and cash equivalents. Net debt represents the company's overall indebtedness and its ability to manage its financial obligations. A higher net debt may indicate higher financial risk, as it implies a greater reliance on borrowing for a company's operations and potential difficulties in debt repayment.
Lastly, the company's cash flow statement provides insights into its cash inflows and outflows from operating, investing, and financing activities. Operating cash flow shows the cash generated from the company's primary business activities, such as selling homes and providing related services. Investing cash flow reflects the company's cash flows from buying or selling assets, while financing cash flow represents cash flows related to borrowing, repayment of debt, and shareholder distributions. Free cash flow, calculated by subtracting capital expenditures from operating cash flow, indicates the company's ability to generate cash after covering its investment needs.
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