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Kratos Defense & Security Solutions
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Income Statement (KTOS)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
EBIT$7.00M$12.10M$11.90M$6.90M$1.10M
EBITDA$19.30M$24.30M$15.30M$17.60M$11.70M
gross Profit$68.90M$65.20M$73.40M$63.90M$59.40M
NET Income$1.30M$2.40M-$1.60M-$2.70M-$5.80M
total Revenue$277.20M$273.80M$274.60M$256.90M$231.80M

Balance Sheet (KTOS)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt-$60.30M$248.60M$247.10M$236.50M$254.70M
stockholders Equity$1.30B$976.00M$953.40M$945.60M$931.20M
total Assets$1.91B$1.63B$1.59B$1.56B$1.55B
total Debt$278.60M$321.40M$289.30M$284.70M$301.40M
total Liabilities$586.00M$634.00M$618.10M$602.50M$613.50M

Cash Flow (KTOS)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow$282.60M-$18.60M$8.70M-$19.40M-$1.40M
free Cash Flow-$15.90M$48.10M-$14.30M$12.40M-$33.40M
investing Cash Flow----$2.90M-$7.70M
operating Cash Flow$699.99K$67.40M-$100.00K$23.60M-$25.70M

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (KTOS) Financials

The income statement for Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc (KTOS) provides a detailed breakdown of the company's financial performance. It shows the revenue generated by the company from its various sources, such as sales of products and services. The income statement also includes expenses incurred by the company in its operations, such as the cost of goods sold, operating expenses, and taxes. By subtracting the expenses from the revenue, the income statement calculates the net income or loss for the company.

EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) is a measure of the company's profitability that excludes interest and taxes. It is calculated by subtracting the company's non-operating expenses and taxes from its operating income. EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) is similar to EBIT but also excludes depreciation and amortization expenses. These measures provide insight into the company's core operating performance.

Gross profit is the revenue generated by the company minus the cost of goods sold. It represents the profit made from the company's core operations before deducting operating expenses. Net income from stockholders includes the company's net income minus any dividends or other payments made to stockholders.

Total revenue is the sum of all the revenue generated by the company from its various sources. It provides an overall measure of the company's sales and revenue-generating ability. The balance sheet provides a snapshot of the company's financial position at a specific point in time. It lists the company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity.

Cash equivalents are highly liquid assets that can be easily converted into cash. They include short-term investments and marketable securities. Net debt is calculated by subtracting the company's cash and cash equivalents from its total debt. Stockholders' equity represents the value of the company that belongs to its stockholders after deducting liabilities.

Total assets include all of the company's resources that have economic value, such as cash, accounts receivable, and property. Total debt is the sum of all the company's outstanding debt obligations. Total liabilities include all of the company's obligations and debts, both short-term and long-term.

The cash flow statement provides information on the cash inflows and outflows of the company. It includes operating cash flow, which represents the cash generated or used by the company in its core operations. Financing cash flow represents the cash generated or used by the company in financing activities, such as issuing or repurchasing stock, or paying dividends.

Free cash flow is the cash generated by the company after deducting capital expenditures necessary to maintain and grow its operations. Investing cash flow represents the cash generated or used by the company in investing activities, such as purchasing or selling assets. Operating cash flow represents the cash generated or used by the company in its day-to-day operations.

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