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Exxon Mobil Corp

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$104.03arrow_drop_down-0.21%-$0.22

Income Statement (XOM)

itemSep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022Sep 2022
EBIT$14.41B$9.68B$19.18B$20.15B$26.32B
EBITDA$18.83B$13.92B$23.42B$24.39B$38.61B
gross Profit$29.53B$28.83B$28.74B$37.65B$40.55B
NET Income$9.07B$7.88B$11.43B$12.75B$19.66B
total Revenue$91.30B$85.29B$84.18B$95.71B$112.07B

Balance Sheet (XOM)

itemSep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022Sep 2022
cash Equivalents$32.94B$29.52B$32.65B$29.64B$30.40B
net Debt$8.30B$11.96B$8.79B$11.55B$15.02B
stockholders Equity$199.70B$199.04B$198.68B$195.04B$186.10B
total Assets$372.25B$363.24B$369.37B$369.06B$370.15B
total Debt$41.25B$41.49B$41.44B$41.19B$45.42B
total Liabilities$164.72B$156.25B$162.95B$166.59B$177.10B

Cash Flow (XOM)

itemDec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023Dec 2022
financing Cash Flow--$8.05B-$8.17B-$8.50B-$13.93B
free Cash Flow-$11.04B$4.02B$10.92B$11.83B
investing Cash Flow--$13.56B-$9.28B-$4.92B-$5.35B
operating Cash Flow-$15.96B$9.38B$16.34B$17.62B

Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) Financials

Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) is a multinational oil and gas corporation headquartered in the United States. The company's financials provide insights into its performance and the health of its business. The income statement is a financial statement that shows the company's revenues, expenses, and profits over a specific period. For Exxon Mobil Corp, the income statement reveals its net income, gross profit, and total revenue. Net income is the total profit after all expenses, taxes, and interest have been deducted. Gross profit represents the revenue left over after deducting the cost of goods sold. Total revenue is the total amount of money generated from all sources. These figures help investors and analysts evaluate the company's financial performance and profitability. Another important financial metric is Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT), which is a measure of a company's profitability before accounting for interest and tax expenses. EBITDA, which stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization, provides a more detailed view by excluding the effects of non-cash expenses like depreciation and amortization. EBIT and EBITDA are useful metrics to compare companies' operational performance, as they remove the impact of financing and accounting decisions. The balance sheet is a snapshot of a company's financial health at a specific point in time. It shows the company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Assets include cash, investments, property, and equipment. Liabilities represent the company's debts and obligations. Stockholders' equity is the amount of money invested in the company by its owners. A key asset on the balance sheet is cash equivalents, which are highly liquid investments that can be converted into cash quickly. Net debt is a measure of a company's debt after subtracting its cash and cash equivalents. It provides insight into the company's ability to meet its financial obligations. Stockholders' equity represents the residual interest in the company's assets after deducting liabilities. It shows the portion of the company's assets that belong to its owners. Total assets represent the company's total resources, including both current and non-current assets. Total debt is the sum of a company's short-term and long-term liabilities. It helps assess the company's leverage and ability to repay its debt. Total liabilities include all the company's obligations, both short-term and long-term. Cash flow is the movement of cash into and out of a company. It can be broken down into three categories: operating, investing, and financing cash flows. Operating cash flow represents the cash generated from the company's core operations. Investing cash flow shows the cash used for investments in assets or acquisitions. Financing cash flow reflects the cash flow resulting from changes in the company's capital structure. Free cash flow is a measure of the cash a company has left after covering its operating expenses and capital expenditures. It is an important indicator of a company's ability to generate cash. Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) provides detailed financial information through its financial statements, which allow investors and analysts to evaluate the company's performance and make informed investment decisions.

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