Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Revenue Chart (OTCMKTS:IDCBY)

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$14.37 $0.29 (2.06%) IDCBY stock closing price Aug 16, 2017 (Closing)
The latest 2017-Q1 Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China revenue is 36.32B. Compare Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China revenue chart with National Australia Bank revenue, Lloyds revenue.

Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Revenue Chart

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You can do annual as well as quarterly comparisons of Industrial & Coml Bank of China Ltd(ADR) net sales with its competitor companies like National Australia Bank, Lloyds. Over the 5 year period Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China revenue in 2015 was highest at 166.53B. In the latest quarter, IDCBY revenue 2017-Q1 has changed from 33.97B to 36.32B implying an increase of 6.92%.

Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Quarterly Revenue

* Past 5 years Range

Max IDCBY Revenue $43.35B Jun, 2015
Min IDCBY Revenue $32.8B Sep, 2012

Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Annual Revenue

* Past 5 years Range

Max IDCBY Revenue $166.53B Dec, 2015
Min IDCBY Revenue $132.67B Dec, 2012

Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Annual Revenue VS Peers

2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China Revenue $145.07B$166.53B$161.72B$146.21B$132.67B
National Australia Bank Revenue $24.17B$28.8B$33.42B$36.1B$40.16B
Lloyds Revenue $63.64B$32.7B$63.36B$81.07B$84.59B
Banco Bilbao Viscaya Argentaria Revenue $27.28B$25.94B$28.39B$28.42B$28.86B
Intesa Sanpaolo Revenue $19.13B$19.2B$22.98B$24.84B$22.85B
HSBC Revenue $50.32B$62.36B$63.78B$66.97B$71.89B
Revenue or net sales is the total amount of money that a company brings in through its various business activities before any costs or expenses are deducted. Revenue is also known as the topline or net sales or gross income. Revenue is for a specific period of time and appears as the "top line" in an income statement. By subtracting the costs or expenses from Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China topline, we arrive at the bottom line for the company. Growing revenues over a period of time generally indicate that the company is in good health, however other factors need to be factored. Revenue can be calculated in two ways based on the type of accounting followed: accrual accounting or cashflow accounting. It is useful to compare Industrial & Commercial Bank Of China revenue with peers Australia & New Zealand Banking topline, National Australia Bank topline, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group topline; to see how the company is doing with respect to its peers.