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3M Co
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Income Statement (MMM)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
EBIT$1.24B-$2.65B-$8.95B$1.24B$632.00M
EBITDA$1.24B-$2.11B-$8.50B$1.70B$1.09B
gross Profit$3.33B$3.73B$3.71B$3.41B$3.49B
NET Income$945.00M-$2.07B-$6.84B$976.00M$541.00M
total Revenue$8.01B$8.31B$8.32B$8.03B$8.07B

Balance Sheet (MMM)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
cash Equivalents-$5.14B$4.25B$3.82B$3.65B
net Debt$10.92B$11.10B$11.97B$12.39B$12.54B
stockholders Equity$4.80B$4.73B$7.85B$15.35B$14.77B
total Assets$50.58B$49.62B$48.88B$46.88B$46.45B
total Debt$16.85B$16.24B$16.23B$16.22B$16.20B
total Liabilities$45.71B$44.89B$41.02B$31.53B$31.68B

Cash Flow (MMM)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
financing Cash Flow-$924.00M-$704.00M-$803.00M-$716.00M-$1.31B
free Cash Flow$1.62B$1.50B$1.13B$800.00M$1.41B
investing Cash Flow--$906.00M-$233.00M-$386.00M-$1.04B
operating Cash Flow$1.98B$1.91B$1.50B$1.27B$1.92B

3M Co (MMM) Financials

The financials for 3M Co (MMM) provide a comprehensive snapshot of the company's performance. Starting with the income statement, it shows the company's revenue and expenses, ultimately resulting in the net income attributable to stockholders. This statement provides a clear view of the company's profitability. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) is another key metric that reflects the company's operating profitability without factoring in interest and taxes. It is calculated by subtracting operating expenses from the gross profit.

EBITDA, on the other hand, goes a step further by excluding depreciation and amortization expenses. This provides a more accurate picture of the company's operational cash flow. Gross profit, a critical metric, is derived by subtracting the cost of goods sold from total revenue. It represents the profit generated from core business operations. Net income from stockholders quantifies the company's profitability after accounting for interest, taxes, and other expenses. It represents the earnings available to shareholders. Total revenue reflects the company's overall sales figure, including both product and service revenues.

Moving on to the balance sheet, cash equivalents represent highly liquid assets that can be easily converted into cash. Net debt is calculated by subtracting cash and cash equivalents from total debt. Stockholders' equity represents the residual interest in the assets after deducting liabilities. Total assets reflect the company's total ownership value, including both current and non-current assets. Total debt represents the company's outstanding obligations. Finally, total liabilities encompass both short-term and long-term obligations.

Cash flow is a crucial aspect of any company's financials. Operating cash flow indicates how well a company generates cash from its core operations. Financing cash flow illustrates the movement of cash resulting from financing activities, such as issuing or repurchasing stock, paying dividends, or borrowing or repaying debt. Investing cash flow represents the cash flow resulting from investment activities, such as purchasing or selling fixed assets. Free cash flow is the cash left over after deducting capital expenditures from operating cash flow and reflects a company's ability to generate cash for potential investments or returning to shareholders.

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