Oxford Bank Annual Income Statement (OTCMKTS:OXBC)

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Stock analysis based on fundamentals means looking at financial statements in addition to the Oxford Bank stock price. An income statement is one of the three key financial statements furnished by a company, the other two being the balance sheet and the cashflow statement. Investors typically check YoY or QoQ revenue growth. The operating expenses (also check: Oxford Bank assets and Oxford Bank free cash flow) as shown in the Oxford Bank profit and loss statement 2009 total to $21.71M. Oxford Bank revenue for 2009 is $/NAN/. View revenue and profit details for latest and last 10 financial years.

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Annual
Fiscal year is Jan - Dec. 2009
Oxford Bank Net Sales or Revenues
-
Cost Of Goods Sold (COGS)-
Oxford Bank Gross Profit
-
Research & Development Expense-
Selling General & Admin Expense21.71M
Income Before Depreciation Depletion Amortization-21.71M
Depreciation Depletion Amortization-
Non Operating Income-
Interest Expense-
Oxford Bank Pretax Income
-6.92M
Provision for Income Taxes-3.16M
Minority Interest-
Investment Gains Losses-
Other Income-
Income Before Extraordinaries & Disc Operations-3.76M
Extraordinary Items & Discontinued Operations-
Oxford Bank Net Income (Profit/Loss)
-3.76M
Average Shares used to compute Diluted EPS1.16M
Average Shares used to compute Basic EPS1.16M
Income Before Nonrecurring Items-3.76M
Income from Nonrecurring Items-
Oxford Bank Earnings Per Share Basic Net
-3.25
Oxford Bank Earnings Per Share Diluted Net
-3.25
EPS Diluted Before Nonrecurring Items-3.25
Preferred Dividends Acc Pd-
Dividends Common-
Dividend Per Share Common-
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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The key things to look for in an income statement while doing Oxford Bank stock analysis are:
  • Revenue: The money received by selling of goods or services comes under this line item. A YoY growth (See: Oxford Bank revenue chart) implies that the company is growing, been the case with Oxford Bank. One must stay away from stocks whose revenues are declining. An improving bottomline implies that the company is growing profits.
The income statement is also called statement of revenue and expense. The financials along with Oxford Bank historical stock prices provides a lot of details about the firm. .