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Perimeter Solutions, SA
PRM65
$8.83arrow_drop_down2.75%-$0.25
High Growth
Asset logo for symbol PRM
PRM65

$8.83

arrow_drop_down2.75%

Income Statement (PRM)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
EBIT-$74.89M-$9.30M$67.96M$63.33M$12.85M
EBITDA-$58.47M$7.05M$84.24M$79.46M$28.86M
gross Profit$20.70M$20.71M$73.30M$31.99M$12.84M
NET Income-$82.55M-$13.24M$19.28M$52.01M$9.43M
total Revenue$59.04M$59.45M$142.65M$76.13M$43.85M

Balance Sheet (PRM)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt$656.05M$642.41M$617.62M$663.95M$588.28M
stockholders Equity$1.05B$1.15B$1.17B$1.17B$1.14B
total Assets$2.27B$2.31B$2.35B$2.38B$2.42B
total Debt$690.43M$689.69M$689.38M$686.07M$680.07M
total Liabilities$1.22B$1.16B$1.18B$1.21B$1.27B

Cash Flow (PRM)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow-$14.45M-$26.95M-$10.18M-$26.45M-$864.00K
free Cash Flow$1.23M$7.62M$60.44M-$43.23M-$34.07M
investing Cash Flow---$2.25M-$1.91M-$2.45M
operating Cash Flow$2.78M$10.42M$62.70M-$41.32M-$31.61M

Perimeter Solutions, SA (PRM) Financials

Perimeter Solutions, SA (PRM) is a company that specializes in providing perimeter security solutions to various industries. The company's financials are a reflection of its performance and profitability over a specific period of time. The income statement is a summary of the company's revenue, expenses, and net income. It provides insights into the company's ability to generate profits and manage costs. The ebit (earnings before interest and taxes) is a measure of the company's profitability before considering the impact of interest and taxes. It is often used to evaluate a company's operating performance. The ebitda (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) is another profitability measure that provides a clearer picture of the company's operating performance by excluding non-cash expenses. The gross profit represents the difference between the total revenue and the cost of goods sold. It indicates the company's ability to generate revenue after accounting for the cost of production. The net income from stockholders is the profit remaining after all expenses and taxes have been deducted, and it belongs to the stockholders. This is an important measure of a company's profitability and can affect its stock price. The total revenue is the sum of all the revenue generated by the company during a particular period. It represents the overall financial performance of the company. The balance sheet is a statement that provides a snapshot of the company's financial position at a specific point in time. It includes assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Cash equivalents are short-term, highly liquid investments that are easily convertible into cash. They are reported in the balance sheet and indicate the company's ability to meet short-term obligations. Net debt is calculated by subtracting the company's total cash and cash equivalents from its total debt. It provides insights into the company's financial leverage and ability to handle debt. Stockholders' equity represents the residual interest in the company's assets after deducting liabilities. It indicates the amount of capital that belongs to the stockholders. Total assets represent the company's total resources, including cash, accounts receivable, inventory, property, and equipment. It provides insights into the company's overall financial health and potential for growth. Total debt represents the company's outstanding debt obligations, including both short-term and long-term debt. It is an important measure of the company's leverage and risk. Total liabilities represent the company's total obligations and debts that need to be paid. It includes both short-term and long-term liabilities. Cash flow refers to the movement of cash into and out of a company. It provides insights into the company's ability to generate cash and manage its operational, investing, and financing activities. the financing cash flow represents cash flows related to the company's financing activities, such as issuing stock or repaying debt. It indicates the company's ability to raise capital and manage its financial obligations. Free cash flow represents the cash generated by the company that is available for distribution to investors or for reinvestment in the business. It is a measure of the company's financial flexibility and ability to generate returns for shareholders. The investing cash flow represents cash flows related to the company's investing activities, such as purchasing or selling assets. It indicates the company's investment decisions and potential for future growth. The operating cash flow represents the cash flows generated by the company's core operations. It provides insights into the company's ability to generate cash from its day-to-day business activities.
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