DNB Financial Balance Sheet - Quarterly (NASDAQ:DNBF)

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$33.9 $0 (0%) DNBF stock closing price Mar 29, 2017 (Closing)

The DNB Financial balance sheet is a snapshot of the company's financial health at a given point of time, whereas the other two financial statements are for a particular accounting period. A balance sheet can help evaluate the financial performance of a company. Ratios like return on total assets and current ratio, which also uses cash on hand can be used to measure the operating efficiency of a firm, and can be used to conduct a more accurate DNB Financial stock analysis. Good quarterly results indicate a company's strong financial performance. Its important to check all financial statements including the balance sheet. The DNB Financial balance sheet for 2016-Q3 shows cash on hand of $30.44M. The cash has increased by $10.3M. DNB Financial revenue was $11.9M and DNB Financial operating cash flow was $-0.79M. View DNB Financial quarterly results to get the balance sheet details for the latest & last 40 quarters data..

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Fiscal year is Jan - Dec. 2016-Q3 2016-Q2 2016-Q1 2015-Q4 2015-Q3 2015-Q2 2015-Q1 2014-Q4 2014-Q3 2014-Q2
Marketable Securities----------
Raw Materials----------
Work In Progress----------
Finished Goods----------
Notes Receivable----------
Other Current Assets----------
DNB Financial Total Current Assets
Property Plant & Equipment---26.53M---27.02M--
Accumulated Depreciation---19.72M---19.36M--
DNB Financial Net Property Plant & Equipment
Investment & Advances195.47M223.14M207.02M220.2M227.36M231.71M232.95M231.65M198.08M194.77M
Other Non-Current Assets2.93M2.95M2.61M2.58M2.23M2M0.9M0.9M0.9M0.94M
Deferred Charges3.59M2.93M2.94M3.73M3.51M3.9M3.43M3.44M3.69M3.29M
Deposits & Other Assets21.92M14.82M15.11M15.07M14.91M14.5M13.75M13.5M14.13M13.27M
DNB Financial Total Assets
Notes Payable32.41M19.22M19.85M17.01M---20.18M29.92M45.12M
Accounts Payable645.54M641.84M637.05M606.27M608.45M626.37M627.26M605.08M589.36M575.56M
Current Portion Long-Term Debt----------
Current Portion Capital Leases----------
Accrued Expenses0.32M0.37M0.31M0.34M0.32M0.35M0.3M0.35M0.3M0.35M
Income Taxes Payable----------
Other Current Liabilities----------
DNB Financial Total Current Liabilities
Deferred Taxes/Income----------
Convertible Debt----------
Long-Term Debt39.46M39.47M39.48M49.49M39.5M39.51M39.52M29.78M19.79M19.8M
Non-Current Capital Leases----------
Other Long-Term Liabilities6.24M5.19M4.74M4.8M4.73M4.86M4.86M4.98M4.26M3.8M
DNB Financial Total Liabilities
Minority Interest----------
Preferred Stock----3.25M3.25M3.25M13M13M13M
Common Stock Net2.97M2.97M2.96M2.95M2.96M2.95M2.95M2.93M2.92M2.91M
Capital Surplus35.61M35.52M35.41M35.09M35.14M35.04M34.94M34.74M34.64M34.59M
Retained Earnings23.5M23.7M22.79M21.43M20.25M19.19M18.16M17.13M15.9M14.9M
Treasury Stock1.8M1.89M1.96M2.01M2.07M2.14M2.22M2.3M2.37M2.46M
Other Liabilities-1.07M-0.76M-1.03M-1.98M-1.17M-1.67M-0.91M-1.59M-1.73M-1.25M
DNB Financial Shareholders Equity
DNB Financial Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Most investors just check the DNB Financial stock price, and DNB Financial historical stock prices before investing. While share price is an important factor, one should also look at financials and valuation metrics like the DNB Financial PE ratio chart. Below is a brief explanation of common balance sheet terms:
  • Assets: DNBF total assets, which was at $770.27M for 2016-Q3 is a balance sheet item representing value of what DNB Financial owns. Assets are brought to aid a firms operations, or to increase its economic value. It must be noted that tech stocks may not have a lot of assets, as the value for these companies is often derived from future earning potential.
  • Liabilities: The total liabilities of DNB Financial for 2016-Q3 total to $711.05M. Liabilities for a company like DNB Financial include bank loans, services which have been availed for which a settlement in the form of cash/ asset transfer needs to be done in future etc. A firm takes on such obligations to grow its business which in turn will generate future economic benefits for its business.