Jarden Balance Sheet - Quarterly (NYSE:JAH)

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$58.97 $0.02 (0.03%) JAH stock closing price Apr 15, 2016 (Closing)

A thorough fundamental analysis involves using data from Jarden balance sheet, apart from other financial statements, to value the business. Financial strength can be guaged by performing Jarden stock analysis and by analyzing the balance sheet. Quarterly results announcements include the release of all three financial statements, of which the balance sheet is one. The balance sheet shows total liabilities of $10.24B and shareholders equity of $4.05B. Jarden revenue and Jarden operating cash flow are important in understanding the financial capacity of the company.

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Fiscal year is Jan - Dec2015 Q4
Marketable Securities-
Raw Materials293M
Work In Progress120.6M
Finished Goods1.37B
Notes Receivable-
Other Current Assets262.3M
Total Current Assets
Property Plant & Equipment2.29B
Accumulated Depreciation1.21B
Net Property Plant & Equipment
Investment & Advances-
Other Non-Current Assets-
Deferred Charges-
Deposits & Other Assets209.4M
Total Assets
Notes Payable-
Accounts Payable813.2M
Current Portion Long-Term Debt593.5M
Current Portion Capital Leases-
Accrued Expenses206.4M
Income Taxes Payable-
Other Current Liabilities662.2M
Total Current Liabilities
Deferred Taxes/Income1.6B
Convertible Debt-
Long-Term Debt5.79B
Non-Current Capital Leases-
Other Long-Term Liabilities574.5M
Total Liabilities
Minority Interest-
Preferred Stock-
Common Stock Net2.6M
Capital Surplus4.09B
Retained Earnings1.43B
Treasury Stock1.11B
Other Liabilities-362.1M
Shareholders Equity4.05B
Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity14.29B
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.

Looking at Jarden historical stock prices and the current Jarden stock price can tell you how the stock price has moved, whereas the Jarden 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 Jarden owns and has monetary significance. JAH assets grew from $ in to $14.29B in 2015 Q4. 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 or obligations comprise of current liabilities that include short term loans, amounts payable to suppliers, or any other outstanding payments including long term liabilities that take into account long term loans for funding large projects. The total liabilities for Jarden is $10.24B. Shareholders equity comes under liabilities as it is money the company owes the holders of JAH stock.