Snap-On Revenue Chart

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$160.94 $0.06 (0.04%) SNA stock closing price Feb 20, 2018 (Closing)
The latest 2017-Q4 Snap-On revenue is 974.6M. Compare Snap-On revenue chart with Makita Corp revenue, Toro revenue.

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You can do annual as well as quarterly comparisons of Snap-on Incorporated net sales with its competitor companies like Makita Corp, Toro. Over the 5 year period Snap-On revenue in 2016 was highest at 3.43B. In the latest quarter, SNA revenue 2017-Q4 has changed from 903.8M to 974.6M implying an increase of 7.83%.

Snap-On Quarterly Revenue

* Past 5 years Range

Max SNA Revenue $974.6M Dec, 2017
Min SNA Revenue $741.7M Mar, 2013

Snap-On Annual Revenue

* Past 5 years Range

Max SNA Revenue $3.43B Dec, 2016
Min SNA Revenue $2.94B Dec, 2012

Snap-On Annual Revenue VS Peers

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
Snap-On Revenue ----$3.43B$3.35B$3.28B$3.06B
Makita Corp Revenue $3.74B$3.53B$3.77B$3.83B$3.75B
Toro Revenue $2.51B$2.39B$2.39B$2.17B$2.04B
L S Starrett Revenue $207.02M$209.68M$241.55M$247.13M$243.79M
Indoor Harvest Revenue ----$0.16M$0.08M--------
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 Snap-On profits by subtracting expenses from Snap-On revenue. Apart from analyzing a company's revenues over the years, it also helps to compare Snap-On revenue with peers Makita Corp topline, Toro topline, Stanley Black & Decker topline; to see how the company is doing with respect to its peers.