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Australia & New Zealand Banking Revenue Chart
$24.09 $0.19 (0.78%) ANZBY stock closing price Sep 20, 2017 (Closing)
The latest 2011-Q4 Australia & New Zealand Banking revenue is 35.78B. Compare Australia & New Zealand Banking revenue chart with Bank of Nova Scotia revenue, ING Group revenue.
ANZBY Revenue Chart
You can do annual as well as quarterly comparisons of Australia and New Zealand Banking (ADR) net sales with its competitor companies like Bank of Nova Scotia, ING Group. Over the 5 year period Australia & New Zealand Banking revenue in 2012 was highest at 37.22B. In the latest quarter, ANZBY revenue 2011-Q4 has changed from 1.18B to 35.78B implying an increase of 2934.01%.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Quarterly Revenue
* Past 5 years Range
|Max ANZBY Revenue||$35.78B||Sep, 2011|
|Min ANZBY Revenue||$1.18B||Dec, 2009|
Australia & New Zealand Banking Annual Revenue
* Past 5 years Range
|Max ANZBY Revenue||$37.22B||Sep, 2012|
|Min ANZBY Revenue||$26.06B||Sep, 2016|
Australia & New Zealand Banking Annual Revenue VS Peers
|Australia & New Zealand Banking Revenue||$26.06B||$29.09B||$32.94B||$34.18B||$37.22B|
|Bank of Nova Scotia Revenue||$25.85B||$25.18B||$28.32B||$28.26B||$27B|
|ING Group Revenue||$19.81B||$18.38B||$20.33B||$37.33B||$53.74B|
|Westpac Banking Revenue||$27.73B||$31.21B||$35.59B||$38.63B||$43.6B|
|National Australia Bank Revenue||$24.17B||$28.8B||$33.42B||$36.1B||$40.16B|
|BNP Paribas Revenue||$48.74B||$48.33B||$52.61B||$52B||$50.88B|
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Revenue, Sales, Turnover or net sales basically describes the Dollar value of transactions that result in incomes to a business as a result of business or operating activities during a specific period of time. Most often, this number is reported on a quarterly or annual basis. Since this features right at the top of an income statement, or profit and loss statement, also known as the statement of operations, the line item is also known as the ‘top line’ for a company. Other commonly used phrases include gross income and income from operations under IFRS. When you deduct expenses, costs and overheads, you arrive at the profit figure. For instance, when you net off Australia & New Zealand Banking revenue with Australia & New Zealand Banking expenses, the figure that you arrive at will be Australia & New Zealand Banking profit. This profit is also known as the bottom line due to its proximity to the bottom on the income statement. Growing top line numbers are a sign of financial health. That said, sales cannot be viewed on a standalone basis without considering profits, because ultimately, businesses are run with the aim of making profits after covering costs. Revenue can be calculated in two ways based on the type of accounting followed: accrual accounting or cashflow accounting. It’s a good exercise to to compare Australia & New Zealand Banking revenue with that of its peers. For instance, you can compare Lloyds topline, with UBS Group AG topline, Westpac Banking topline, etc to assess how the company is doing with respect to its peers.