Phillips 66 Balance Sheet - Annual (NYSE:PSX)

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A balance sheet is one of the three key financial statements released by a publicly listed company like Phillips 66, and helps in stock analysis. Financial strength can be guaged by performing Phillips 66 stock analysis and by analyzing the balance sheet. Good annual results indicate a company's strong financial performance. Its important to check all financial statements including the balance sheet. Apart from analyzing Phillips 66 revenue Phillips 66 operating cash flow, one needs to check balance sheet items like cash, fixed assets and debt. The Phillips 66 balance sheet for 2017 shows cash on hand of $3.12B. The company has a debt to equity ratio of 0.48.

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Marketable Securities----------
Raw Materials3.4B3.15B3.48B3.4B3.35B3.43B3.47B4.11B--
Work In Progress----------
Finished Goods----------
Notes Receivable----------
Other Current Assets370M422M532M837M851M655M457M378M684M-
Total Current Assets
Property Plant & Equipment33.74B31.99B30.31B----24.62B--
Accumulated Depreciation12.28B11.13B10.59B9.8B9.03B8.42B8.39B9.21B--
Net Property Plant & Equipment
Investment & Advances13.94B13.53B12.14B10.19B11.22B10.47B10.31B9.92B9.4B-
Other Non-Current Assets----------
Deferred Charges----------
Deposits & Other Assets434M426M279M336M149M165M122M514M450M-
Total Assets
Notes Payable----------
Accounts Payable8.03B7.06B5.66B8.06B11.09B10.71B10.79B10.75B7.72B-
Current Portion Long-Term Debt41M550M44M842M24M13M30M29M25M-
Current Portion Capital Leases----------
Accrued Expenses1B805M878M878M872M901M1.09B1.18B1.14B-
Income Taxes Payable----------
Other Current Liabilities1.04B1.05B954M1.31B945M858M475M541M458M-
Total Current Liabilities
Deferred Taxes/Income5.01B6.74B6.04B5.49B6.13B5.44B5.8B4.82B4.86B-
Convertible Debt----------
Long-Term Debt10.07B9.59B8.84B7.84B6.13B6.96B361M388M403M-
Non-Current Capital Leases----------
Other Long-Term Liabilities1.76B2.13B2.23B2.28B2.22B2.38B1.37B1.22B1.34B-
Total Liabilities
Minority Interest----------
Preferred Stock----------
Common Stock Net6M6M6M6M6M6M----
Capital Surplus19.77B19.56B19.15B19.04B18.89B18.73B----
Retained Earnings16.31B12.61B12.35B9.31B5.62B2.71B----
Treasury Stock10.38B8.79B7.75B6.23B2.6B356M----
Other Liabilities1.73B340M185M-84M479M-283M23.29B26.03B26.94B-
Shareholders Equity27.43B23.73B23.94B22.04B22.39B20.81B23.29B26.03B26.94B-
Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity54.37B51.65B48.58B48.74B49.8B48.07B43.21B44.96B42.88B-
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Apart from balance sheet items, an investor would do well to keep track of the Phillips 66 stock price by looking at Phillips 66 historical stock prices. One can compare PE with industry average by looking at the Phillips 66 PE ratio chart. The common balance sheet items are:

  • Assets: An asset is a resource that a corporation like Phillips 66 owns and has economic value. The two major types of assets are: fixed assets like real estate, plant and machinery and current assets like cash, marketable securities and inventory. The total asset value for PSX stock as of 2017 is $54.37B. Its easy to associate the term with manufacturing companies, which invest a lot in factories and equipment. However, the same cannot be said about tech stocks.
  • 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 Phillips 66 is $26.94B. Shareholders' equity comes under liabilities as it is money the company owes the holders of PSX stock.

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