Net Income (TTM) Chart

Historical Net Income (TTM) Data

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Date Value
November 30, 2021 1.152B
August 31, 2021 1.142B
May 31, 2021 1.111B
February 28, 2021 987.83M
November 30, 2020 963.97M
August 31, 2020 925.23M
May 31, 2020 876.04M
February 29, 2020 957.57M
November 30, 2019 926.38M
August 31, 2019 923.28M
May 31, 2019 884.98M
February 28, 2019 845.03M
November 30, 2018 943.79M
August 31, 2018 837.89M
May 31, 2018 842.59M
February 28, 2018 740.65M
November 30, 2017 556.56M
August 31, 2017 559.83M
May 31, 2017 480.71M
February 28, 2017 527.37M
November 30, 2016 526.71M
August 31, 2016 731.43M
May 31, 2016 693.52M
February 29, 2016 667.84M
November 30, 2015 645.38M
Date Value
August 31, 2015 420.69M
May 31, 2015 430.62M
February 28, 2015 452.63M
November 30, 2014 442.35M
August 31, 2014 406.80M
May 31, 2014 374.44M
February 28, 2014 333.20M
November 30, 2013 323.30M
August 31, 2013 316.46M
May 31, 2013 315.44M
February 28, 2013 308.08M
November 30, 2012 309.41M
August 31, 2012 305.73M
May 31, 2012 297.64M
February 29, 2012 289.80M
November 30, 2011 272.83M
August 31, 2011 254.35M
May 31, 2011 246.99M
February 28, 2011 231.69M
November 30, 2010 221.60M
August 31, 2010 222.91M
May 31, 2010 215.62M
February 28, 2010 164.21M
November 30, 2009 187.04M
August 31, 2009 201.70M

Net Income Definition

Net Income is the total amount of profit earned by a company. This metric boils down to the overall profit that is left from the revenue that a company receives after taking out various operational line items like cost of goods sold, income tax expense, SG&A expense, etc. Eventually, all companies would want to have a consistent positive and growing net income, so that this can be used for various purposes like reinvesting into the company, paying off debt, and potentially paying out dividends to shareholders.

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Net Income (TTM) Range, Past 5 Years

480.71M
Minimum
May 2017
1.152B
Maximum
Nov 2021
859.24M
Average
904.13M
Median

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