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Harman International Revenue Chart
$111.5 $0 (0%) HAR stock closing price Mar 10, 2017 (Closing)
The latest 2017-Q2 Harman International revenue is 1.95B. Compare Harman International revenue chart with Sharp Corporation ADR revenue, Toshiba revenue.
HAR Revenue Chart
You can do annual as well as quarterly comparisons of Harman International Industries Inc net sales with its competitor companies like Sharp Corporation ADR, Toshiba. Over the 5 year period Harman International revenue in 2016 was highest at 6.91B. In the latest quarter, HAR revenue 2017-Q2 has changed from 1.76B to 1.95B implying an increase of 10.68%.
Harman International Quarterly Revenue
* Past 5 years Range
|Max HAR Revenue||$1.95B||Dec, 2016|
|Min HAR Revenue||$998.19M||Sep, 2012|
Harman International Annual Revenue
* Past 5 years Range
|Max HAR Revenue||$6.91B||Jun, 2016|
|Min HAR Revenue||$4.3B||Jun, 2013|
Harman International Annual Revenue VS Peers
|Harman International Revenue||----||$6.91B||$6.16B||$5.35B||$4.3B|
|Sharp Corporation ADR Revenue||$18.97B||$20.43B||$25.35B||$29.27B||$29.99B|
|VOXX International Revenue||$681.04M||$680.74M||$757.49M||$809.7M||$835.57M|
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Revenue or net sales, also called topline or gross income is one of the most important financial metrics used to analyze a company. Revenue is the total amount of money that a company brings in through its various business activities, and appears as the ‘top line’ on the income statement. A company's net sales for a particular period can be found in its income statement. A healthy growth in revenue over time is generally considered good for the company, however other parameters such as profits must also be considered. We can calculate Harman International profits by subtracting expenses from Harman International revenue. Apart from analyzing a company's revenues over the years, it also helps to compare Harman International revenue with peers Sharp Corporation ADR topline, Toshiba topline, Rockford topline; to see how the company is doing with respect to its peers.