Meritor Balance Sheet - Annual (NYSE:MTOR)

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A balance sheet is one of the three key financial statements released by a publicly listed company like Meritor, and helps in stock analysis. 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 Meritor stock analysis. Quarterly results are typically accompanied with the company releasing financial statements. The Meritor balance sheet for 2015 shows total assets of $2.2B. Meritor revenue was $3.2B and Meritor operating cash flow was $97M for the same year. View latest and last 10 year balance sheet data to check Meritor financial performance..

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Fiscal year is Oct - Sep. 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007
Cash193M247M318M257M217M343M95M497M409M
Marketable Securities---------
Receivables461M610M596M542M712M579M694M1.11B1.14B
Inventory338M379M414M438M460M382M374M623M541M
Raw Materials177M197M198M205M214M164M171M284M-
Work In Progress28M36M32M48M63M62M54M102M-
Finished Goods133M146M184M185M183M156M149M237M-
Notes Receivable---------
Other Current Assets50M56M56M61M70M417M153M218M295M
Meritor Total Current Assets
1.04B1.29B1.38B1.3B1.46B1.72B1.32B2.45B2.39B
Property Plant & Equipment1.29B1.4B1.39B1.42B1.44B1.41B1.41B2.37B-
Accumulated Depreciation868M973M972M1.01B1.01B1.02B969M1.6B-
Meritor Net Property Plant & Equipment
419M424M417M417M421M389M445M775M738M
Investment & Advances---------
Other Non-Current Assets---------
Deferred Charges---------
Intangibles402M431M434M433M431M432M438M522M520M
Deposits & Other Assets332M355M335M353M352M337M309M925M1.14B
Meritor Total Assets
2.2B2.5B2.57B2.5B2.66B2.88B2.51B4.67B4.79B
Notes Payable--------18M
Accounts Payable574M680M694M697M841M670M674M1.29B1.34B
Current Portion Long-Term Debt15M7M13M18M84M-97M240M-
Current Portion Capital Leases---------
Accrued Expenses---------
Income Taxes Payable---------
Other Current Liabilities279M351M339M313M328M720M518M610M719M
Meritor Total Current Liabilities
868M1.04B1.05B1.03B1.25B1.39B1.29B2.14B2.08B
Mortgages---------
Deferred Taxes/Income---------
Convertible Debt---------
Long-Term Debt1.04B965M1.13B1.04B950M1.03B1.08B1.06B1.13B
Non-Current Capital Leases---------
Other Long-Term Liabilities937M1.08B1.22B1.41B1.42B1.48B1.39B937M972M
Meritor Total Liabilities
2.84B3.09B3.39B3.48B3.62B3.9B3.79B4.21B4.25B
Minority Interest------29M75M65M
Preferred Stock---------
Common Stock Net99M97M97M96M94M92M72M72M72M
Capital Surplus865M918M914M901M897M886M632M625M618M
Retained Earnings-814M-878M-1.13B-1.11B-1.16B-1.22B-1.25B-7M128M
Treasury Stock55M------3M3M
Other Liabilities-741M-722M-706M-874M-795M-781M-734M-225M-272M
Meritor Shareholders Equity
-646M-585M-822M-982M-961M-1.02B-1.28B462M543M
Meritor Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity
2.2B2.5B2.57B2.5B2.66B2.88B2.51B4.67B4.79B
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Looking at Meritor historical stock prices and the current Meritor stock price can tell you how the stock price has moved, whereas the Meritor PE ratio chart shows if its shares are overpriced in comparison to peers. The important things to look for in a balance sheet are:
  • Assets: An asset is a resource that a corporation like Meritor owns and has monetary significance. MTOR assets decreased from $2.5B in 2014 to $2.2B in 2015 . Assets can be of two types: fixed assets like real estate, plant and machinery; and current assets which includes cash, accounts receivable etc. Tech stocks typically don't have too many assets.
  • Liabilities: The total liabilities of Meritor for 2015 total to $2.84B. Liabilities for a company like Meritor 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.
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